Digitisation requests may not always be possible due to issues associated with the current Covid-19 situation.
Some requests may be processed if a book is available in a staffed collection (Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane currently unstaffed) or via purchase. This can lead to longer than normal processing times.
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eReading Lists is a new system integrated with Moodle which provides Unit Coordinators and Lecturers an interactive and collaborative way of providing readings and other resources for students in one place.
Key benefits include:
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Quick start guide
|Working on an existing eReading List before the term rollover|
|Can I include a PDF document in my reading list?|
|Adding items from the web using the Create tab|
Requesting digitised readings
|Requesting digitisation of an item held in the Library collection||02.21 mins|
|Requesting digitisation of an item not held in the Library collection||02.15 mins|
Finalising your list
|Viewing your list as a student||00.55 mins|
eReading List Training
Latest updates added to eReading Lists
|Tags - tag a citation so that students can readily identify the resources with which they need to engage. These tags are:
Prescribed Textbook, Supplementary Textbook, Essential, Recommended
Digitisation request - only visible for staff to request the digitisation of a resource not held in the Library collection
Personal Copy Available - only visible to staff indicating a personal copy is held for the Digitisation Request
|Student Discussion - option to enable the Student Discussion has been turned on||Academic/teaching staff|
|Publish list - you can publish your list immediately after sending it to the Library. Any citations drawn from Library Search will automatically be copyright compliant (other citations will not be visible until they have been processed by Library staff and had their status changed to ‘Complete’).||Academic/teaching staff|
|Export list, sections or citations in bibliographic styles to more closely reflect the referencing styles used at CQU. Note: CQU Harvard Guide must still be used||