Readings are now managed by teaching staff in the Reading List module within Blackboard. Academics can add and remove readings as required. Readings can include links to e-books, books held by the library, journal articles, excerpts from books, conference papers, links to websites, and other sources.
You can make a reading Recommended, Required or Core.
If you would like a physical item that is not a Core reading to be added to the High Use Collection, please indicate this this in the Notes for library field, including the relevant campus. Library staff will inform you of the result of your request.
Electronic readings can be added to the Reading List in the form of a PDF or a link and are available to your students 24 hours a day in any location, through the Reading List in Blackboard.
If the item is available in one of the Library subscription databases (e.g. ProQuest) you can add the full citation details for the item and add the permanent link to the reading.
If the library does not have a subscription to the journal article, conference paper or book chapter you wish to include as an electronic reading you will need to provide a PDF when you enter the reading on the reading List.
All PDFs added to the Reading List will be checked by library staff to ensure Copyright considerations are met before being made available to students.
COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS FOR ELECTRONIC ITEMS
Under the Copyright Act and the University’s Agreement with Copyright Agency Limited, various restrictions are imposed on the portion of a work that can be copied.
These limits are:
OPTIONAL reading has now changed to RECOMMENDED.
Reading Lists must be activated for 2019
If you haven't used Reading List for 2019, your current Reading List is "expired".
You will be able to tell if the list is not active if there is a "PAST" icon on the top left side of the page.
To activate the Readings for your next teaching period, please follow our guide on this page : http://ecu.au.libguides.com/c.php?g=662036&p=5433425
When the Readings are made active again, you will be able to add new Readings to your list, if need be.
Edith Cowan University acknowledges and respects the Nyoongar people, who are the traditional custodians of the land upon which its campuses stand and its programs operate.
In particular ECU pays its respects to the Elders, past and present, of the Nyoongar people, and embrace their culture, wisdom and knowledge.