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Teaching Support

Course materials support

The Library Online Learning and Teaching team provide support to academics and teachers. Please contact library.olt@rmit.edu.au with any queries related to Courses resources, Reading Lists and Open Educational Resources. 

Course Resources

Librarian support is available for incorporating Library resources and other material into your course.

Course materials  
Adding Library resources to Canvas 

Services

  • Provide Library teaching support for Comprehensive Program Review activities
  • Provide Library teaching support for new course development and RMIT Online

Reading Lists

The Canvas Reading List tool gives students quick, easy and reliable access to assigned textbooks, readings, websites and any other resource.  
Reading Lists 

Services

  • Training and support for managing your own Reading Lists
  • Provide advice on Reading List activation, publishing and rollover
  • Provide troubleshooting advice
  • Ensure copyright compliance of readings

Open Educational Resources (OER)

Open Educational Resources are freely accessible and openly licensed teaching and learning materials that can be reused, shared, revised and remixed. OERs include textbooks, quizzes, games, videos and other course materials.  
Open Educational Resources (OERs) 

Services

  • OER recommendations 
  • Advice on replacing commercial textbooks and embedding content in Canvas 
  • Support to adopt, adapt or create open content 
  • Advice on open licensing and Creative Commons 

Audience

  • RMIT staff

Library Creds

Academic integrity and digital literacy micro-credentials can be embedded into courses. For queries related to RMIT Creds please contact the Library Creds Team: library.creds@rmit.edu.au.

RMIT Creds: Digital Literacy

  • Academic Integrity Awareness
  • Information Literacy: Key Concepts
  • Collaborating Online
  • Lifelong Digital Learning
  • Digital Health and Wellbeing
  • Data Literacy
  • Digital Tools for the Future
  • Repurposing and Sharing Digital Content
  • Planning a Digital Communication Strategy
  • Writing for Digital Environments
  • Creating Digital Artefacts

Services

  • Advice on integrating Library micro-credentials into your course
  • Marking and feedback of Library micro-credentials

Audience   

  • RMIT staff

Copyright

We provide expert advice and services to support copyright compliance.

Copyright advice for learning and teaching (staff login required)  

Contact the copyright team for assistance: copyright@rmit.edu.au 

Services

Get specialist advice and guidance on: 

  • identifying licensed and copyright compliant content
  • using licensed resources and copyright works in your teaching delivery and research
  • using material copied under RMIT's educational licence with the Copyright Agency

e-Reserve

Request digitisation of third-party copyright works such as book chapters, journal articles and images via the eReserve service. Contact: eReserve.library@rmit.edu.au 

Services

  • Source material to be scanned from our Library’s collection or other libraries within Australia.
  • Scan chapters from books, journal articles and artistic works. 
  • Ensure copyright compliance and add the compulsory copyright notice to scanned documents. 
  • Add these documents to the Library’s e-Reserve collection. 

Permissions

Get help in obtaining clearance from authors and creators to use their work via the permission seeking service. Contact: permissions@rmit.edu.au

Audience

  • RMIT staff and students 

Presentations and Workshops

Presentations 

Online guides and webinars on a series of Teaching related matters including Reading Lists, Open Educational Resources (OERs), using Videos and Images in Canvas, Copyright, and more. 

Services  

Workshops

Request online assessment-focused workshops for library information literacy, academic writing, STEM and study skills. Workshops are designed for vocational education, undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students 

Contact studysupport@rmit.edu.au to request a workshop.

Services

  • Workshops delivered on demand to classes/groups
  • Live or pre-recorded presentations
  • Learning material tailored to the class needs

Audience

  • RMIT staff