1. eReadings (DRR)
Request eReadings using the Digital Resources Register (DRR). The Library can find the full-text for you, or upload your own copy. Request eReadings here.
2. Subject materials
Ordering new material to be added to the Library’s collection? Use this easy form for requesting teaching resources including textbooks and films. Try the form.
3. Avoiding plagiarism
UTS Library provides practical support to students so they can learn what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Resources that can be integrated in your subject include:
- New referencing guides & videos for Harvard UTS, APA and AGLC.
- HeadsUp referencing online module
- Direct help from a librarian is available at our face to face workshops, online chat or at the Study Help desk.
4. Online Training & Library Workshops
Our online modules cover essential skills such as: referencing, finding books and articles, evaluating sources and study skills. Ideal for orientation + refreshers, and easy to add to Blackboard / Canvas. Take a look at HeadsUp.
Want something similar created for your subject? Ask us how! Your faculty librarian can design workshops and interactive modules to match your learning outcomes and help students with their assignments. They can also create other online resources like study guides and video lectures. Find your librarian.
5. Data and Digital Literacy Kits
The Library offers bookable digital and data literacy kits that offer self-guided digital literacy skills development. Librarians can also work with you to incorporate these into your class. Find out more about the kits.
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