Readings Online self-service options - generate access to copyright compliant content for your reading lists within LMS subjects. Options include: exporting saved search results from Discovery to add them to a Readings Online Collection; or using citations generated through Endnote, Mendley, Refworks, and Zotero to add multiple readings.
See http://readings-online.unimelb.edu.au/ for more information
As part of your pre-semester LMS preparations, we ask you to help us to maintain links to the Library guides for individual program in the LMS by checking there is a Library Toolkit link in your subject navigation menu and it is opening the correct guide for the course.
Setting the link to the correct guide is a manual process. If the subject has been newly created from the generic subject template you will need to add the link. This task will take you between 30 seconds and 5 minutes to select a relevant guide and create the link..
Preparing for teaching in Semester 1? The Readings Online service at the Library is can support subjects in many ways:
Collections and content
Ensure there is a Library Toolkit link in your subjects within the LMS and it is linked to the most appropriate Library Guide See instructions here
When you introduce an assessment task, encourage students to use the Library toolkit link to access the relevant resources and search tools for the assessment task.
Provide feedback about our library guides so they support subject and assessment objectives . Explore the List of guides for Education
Share the subject outline and the assessment tasks so that we can develop customised learning resources.
Ask us about how we have embedded progressive scholarly literacy skill development opportunities at key stages within MGSE courses. We have a range of examples we can share with you.
Recommend new items for our collections, whenever you can.
Use the library catalogue and our search tools to locate new resources to support your teaching. We are constantly buying new material, do you know what we have?
Let us know about new prescribed and recommended reading as you plan the changes, so we can purchase titles and avoid rushes on items.
Tell your students about the Giblin Eunson Library We offer support, high quality study spaces and collections. For Master of Teaching candidates, the extensive curriculum collections resources are worth exploring.
Rodrigues, S. (Ed.) (2014). Handbook for teacher educators : transfer, translate or transform. Rotterdam Boston Sense Publishers Online and in print Call number UniM Giblin Eunson 370.711 HAND
Murray, J & Kosnik, C.M, (Eds.) (2014). Academic work and identities in teacher education. London Routledge. Call number UniM Giblin Eunson 370.711 ACAD
Burgstahler, S. & Cory, R. (2008). Universal design in higher education : from principles to practice. Harvard Education Press, Cambridge, MA Call number UniM Giblin Eunson 71.9115 UNIV
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