Discover how the Library can help you enhance the quality of course reading materials, making them copyright compliant and readily available to your students.
The Library has many resources to complement your teaching. These resources can be linked to or embedded easily within your Canvas course.
This guide covers:
Using the Reading List app in Canvas is best practice to link students to learning materials.
Integrated with Canvas, the Reading List app allows teaching staff to create and manage a dynamic Reading List that connects students directly with their course learning materials. Search Library-owned material, as well as open web-based resources, and add ebooks, book chapters, journal articles, videos, podcasts, webpages and more, creating easy access for students to copyright compliant material.
For more information and instructions about using the Reading List app, see the library guide Reading Lists in Canvas.
Copyright in Canvas (4:04 mins), RMIT University Library, Microsoft Stream (RMIT login required)
Find how to ensure copyright compliance in your learning and teaching activities at RMIT:
For assistance, contact Copyright Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you using library resources, materials from the web, video, images and other copyright works in your online teaching? Learn about copyright and applying best practice to your teaching activities and discover useful resources in our Copyright Capability program in Workday.
This Library guide by RMIT University Library is licensed under a CC BY-NC 4.0 licence, except where otherwise noted. All reasonable efforts have been made to clearly label material where the copyright is owned by a third party and ensure that the copyright owner has consented to this material being presented in this library guide. The RMIT University logo is ‘all rights reserved’.