The Centre’s Digital Resources team can assist you to create quality teaching and learning resources in a range of formats to optimise your students' learning experience.
- developing and supporting development of content for your Blackboard Learning site
- video, audio and photography
- web design and development
- interactive quizzes and graphics
- interactive scenarios
- graphics – line drawings, logos, academic promotional materials, photo editing and optimisation
- infographics – illustrations, maps, graphs, charts and tables
- interactive and electronic forms
- eBook design and development.
Examples of these can be found on our Showcase and Innovation page
Choose whether you require assistance with either Teaching Resources or Non-unit Resources, view the schedule, and submit your request in time for development and review the quality assurance notes for advice and tips.
If you require Teaching Resources please complete and submit the Teaching Resources Form
If you require Non Unit Resources please complete and submit the Non-Unit Resources Form
DR Development Schedules
You will need to check Digital Resources Schedules for both Teaching Resources and Non-Unit Resources to make sure you submit your request in time to meet your deadline.
You will find Quality Assurance advice here to assist you in writing content
After reviewing your completed resource you must submit your approval so it can be made available to students or supplied to you.
Teaching Resources Authorisation
Once you are happy with your unit's development you can let us know by completing the Teaching Resources Authorisation Form
Non-Unit Resources Authorisation
Once you are happy with your Non-Unit Resources you can let us know by completing the Non-Unit Resources Authorisation Form
Access Teaching Resources developed by Digital Resources at various stages of development from this page. This includes resources at various stages of development and from previous sessions. Note that you will need a staff login to access this page.
Using open educational resources
Access the Using open educational resources page for details on how to enhance student access to unit learning resources including copyright considerations.