This is a great way to direct your students to Library databases and full text articles and provide the most up-to-date resources.
You may place items that will be in high demand for your classes on short loan for a designated period of time by completing the short loan request form. Personal materials may be placed on short loan after consultation with your Liaison Librarian.
Copyright material made available online or distributed in digital form must be registered with eReadings.
eReadings is a centrally managed database used for copyright materials such as book chapters and articles from journals not held in SCU databases.
If you have submitted your readings through Digital Resource Centre for Learning and Teaching (DRCLR), DRCLR will submit your materials to eReadings if you tick the eReadings box in your Teaching Resources Submission.
Single items can be registered directly with eReadings.
For more information on including material in eReadings and RapidPrint, have a look at the FAQs on the eReadings site.
- about files that have been submitted through DRCLR, contact Toni Ledgerwood (x73883) in DRCLR
- about eReadings, contact Annika McGinley (x79298) in the University Library
- about RapidPrint, contact Sandra Black (x73629) in the University Printery
- about copyright, contact Margaret Pembroke (x73714) in the University Library.
Updated: 02 January 2013