Readings Online allows you to add, organize and control your readings and ensures copyright compliance. Access to Readings Online is seamless via your LMS subject page. Follow these simple steps to get started.
Link Readings Online to your LMS
The first time you use Readings Online for your subject, you will need to create a link between your LMS subject and the Readings Online database. You may also need to recreate the link when you get a new LMS subject at the beginning of the year or semester.
Create a new reading list (incl. rollover)
The first time you use Readings Online for your subject, you will create a new reading list which will be used for a teaching period (e.g., Semester 1).
If you are returning to Readings Online, the same process is the starting point for preparing for your next teaching period. This process has simplified and replace the rollover used previously.
Add your readings
Follow these simple steps to link to electronic content from the Library’s databases and websites, or to upload a pdf of a hard-copy reading.
Manage your reading list
Once you have created your reading list, you can organise your readings; tag, group and order readings for your students and hide readings and reading lists that you don't want to make available to students.
Readings Online is back onlineNews
Readings Online will be unavailable Wednesday 4 July 2018.News
Readings Online is the best system to deliver subject readings online. All staff have an obligation to make sure teaching materials are being delivered in compliance with copyright. We know that this can be hard, but Readings Online is here to help!News
Wiley Online Library access issues
Wiley Online Library is currently inaccessible via the usual access methods. Wiley are investigating this and will hopefully restore access soon.News
We can help you get ready for Semester 1
Preparing for teaching in Semester 1? The Readings Online service at the Library is can support subjects in many ways:News
The Readings Online Demonstration Subject allows you to explore our fictional LMS subject about polar bears.
You will see how Readings Online integrates with the LMS to provide students with a well presented reading list. Readings Online also takes all of the difficulty out of ensuring your readings are copyright compliant.
Staff are able to self-enrol in this subject to explore at a time suitable to you.
To fully experiment with this system, staff can create Readings Online in their LMS playpen following our guide to setting up Readings Online in the LMS. Any content created in a Readings Online playpen can be migrated to subject spaces by contacting Readings Online.
Readings Online would like your feedback to help improve our services.
We are inviting all University staff who use Readings Online to complete our current survey. It should take 5-10 mins to complete. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.
Readings Online Postal Address
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Level 4, Baillieu Library
University of Melbourne 3010 Vic
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