Instructors can now easily create digital subject resource lists in iLearn. The vast wealth of digital resources available through the Library Services system and material in databases and copyright compliant internet sites can be selected and seamlessly displayed as a list in iLearn for easy access for instructors and students.
Is the article/book chapter available in hard copy only?
Add the citation details into your Resource List and tag with "Scan for e-Reserve". The Resource List - Guide for instructors includes a video on how to do this.
The Library will do all the necessary copyright compliance checks, digitise the material and update the citation in the resource list with the link.
If you are not yet using the new Resource Lists service, you can send the publication details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following the above procedures gives students easy access to your subject material as they can read online, print or download it for their personal research, or study under the Fair Dealing section of the Copyright Act.
Under the Educational Institutions - Statutory Licence provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 and
Artistic works, including graphs and tables, from books and websites must be clearly cited and included in a reference list.
Please note that some subscription electronic databases will not allow digital, or print course pack copying.
Once the material for workbook has been collated, the reader/manual/workbook requires a Cover page which must include the following information:
Some of the material in this manual/reader/workbook has been made available in accordance with section 113P of the Copyright Act 1968 (Act) for the teaching purposes of the University.
For use only by students of Bond University enrolled in the subject:
<example> BMED12-119 Biological and Physical Chemistry
There should be an Acknowledgements/References page at the beginning of the reader/manual/workbook listing all copyright material used including images. References should include:
See the attached Acknowledgements page example at the end of this guide.
The last step is a copyright check by Library Services before the order is placed with the Print Shop. This step ensures that the University is providing copyright compliant material to our students and the printed product meet the provisions of the University's Copyright Policy.
You will receive prompt feedback so your order can be placed with the Print Shop in good time for the start of classes each semester.
Please note any charges for the reader/manual/workbook must be based on a legitimate cost-recovery basis. There cannot be any element of profit when calculating charges to students. This point does not apply if the printed material is being provided free of charge to the students by the Faculty.