Resource Lists dynamically present resources to students and integrate with both iLearn and the Library's system. Educators, students and librarians can collaborate in the creation, management, and evaluation of readings and other resources. Look through the information using the menu options on the right hand side of this guide -->
*Bond Academics: Please note that all subject content (lecture slides, weekly powerpoints, seminar notes, tutorial worksheets etc) should be placed into the Weekly Content section in iLearn rather than the Resource List, as per the University's policy. You are encouraged to book an appointment with the Office of Learning and Teaching firstname.lastname@example.org to get expert assistance with your iLearn site template and content.
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The steps in this workflow are outlined in more detail in the pages of this guide.
Subjects that have previously had a Resource List can re-use their list in subsequent semesters, rather than starting from scratch.
IMPORTANT: At the end of Week 13, lists will be locked for editing so that they cannot be accidentally altered. To update the list for the following semester, first check if it's already been rolled over in the next semester's iLearn site, or duplicate it associate it with the following semester's subject code.
The Library processes requests as soon as possible, usually within five working days.
Each time you finish working on your list, please press the Library Review button at the top of the page. This will allow the Library to process the resources you've added.
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