The Reading List service provides unit conveners with a convenient way of making reading material available within their Canvas page to facilitate student access. Library staff assist by scanning original documents ie chapters or excerpts from texts, and monitor copyright across all units.
Copyright limitations each calendar year
Books: One chapter or 10% (whichever is greater) of an edition.
Journals: One article from each issue, or more than one if it is for the same research topic.
If someone has already used a portion of this document on campus this year, Library staff may be able to:
Guidance on creating a Reading List.
Contact the UCLearn support team via ServiceDesk@canberra.edu.au or attend a virtual drop-in.
For teaching your students, you may copy:
Academics have a personal responsibility to ensure that their course is compliant with Copyright, including courses which they have 'taken over' from another academic.
Pardee Hall - English Department by Lafayette College under a CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 licence
Under copyright agreements, the University may make available a reasonable portion of a work ONLY if another portion has not been made available elsewhere on campus at the same time.
The Online Resources Register (ORR) must be used to register all documents made available on Moodle, e-Reserve, and other online services.
ORR can be found in My UC under Applications > Teaching > Online Resources Registration (ORR).
The Library may be able to supply copies through Document Services up to the following limits: