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Reminder for teaching and academic staff: Making eReadings available to your students

Posted: Monday 6 February 2017

A reminder to submit your eReading requests for digitisations via the eReadings submission form.  

* We can make digitisations available via Moodle: 

  • of book pages or journal articles that the Library has in hard copy, OR
  • after sourcing items where FedUni does not have holdings

* You can build links to material available in full content through University databases and catalogues yourself via our Link Builder.

If you haven't finalised your entire list of eReadings you are welcome to submit incomplete lists and add more as you go. 

Don’t break the (copyright) law

Academic and teaching staff are not permitted to scan book chapters or journal articles and upload them to Moodle, as this may breach copyright law. We can assist to make your course copyright-compliant in respect to the University's Part VB (print and graphic material) statutory licence.

Our staff will source, supply, and digitise readings for you (copyright compliant) and place the link straight into your Moodle course (top centre pane, hidden, topic 0) to the digitised content. Please feel free to move this link to your preferred place in your Moodle course.  

eReadings queries can be directed to and more information is available from the attached file and web page .

Contact Helen Heawood
Document Services Librarian
03 5327 9625