Copyright Workshops for staff

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Academics and Tutors do you know your legal responsibilities when teaching online in LEO? The Library is running a series of information sessions to inform Academics and Tutors of their legal responsibilities when teaching online in LEO. Anyone with an interest in using learning resources is welcome. Bring your coffee or lunch and find ...

Academics! Rolling over a unit in LEO?

Monday, February 29th, 2016

A message for our academic staff….. Remember to let Online Readings HQ know when you rollover a LEO unit and need to reactivate readings. Email Online Readings HQ with the following information:  Previous incidence of LEO unit unit code semester number/name year campus/delivery mode Rolled over LEO unit unit code semester number/name campus/delivery mode Image credit:

Cooking for Copyright #cookingforcopyright 31 July

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Did you see this news story earlier in the week?The Cooking for Copyright campaign sees librarians make vintage recipes in bid to change laws. Today is #cookingforcopyright so search this hashtag on social media and you'll see some lovely cakes and food :) But why? "Currently in Australia, published works such as books, ...

Academics! Reactivate your copyright links in LEO for 2015

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

A message for our academic staff..... Rolling over a LEO unit for 2015? Links to readings need to be reactivated in the Copyright Database when a LEO unit is rolled over for a new semester. Please contact OR your Liaison Librarian OR the Online Readings Team at your campus library. Let them know ...

New links for copyright material in LEO

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

A message for our academic staff.....   In order to streamline copyright, the Library has  implemented a new Copyright Database System, EQUELLA-CAL, which is now built into LEO.  Because of this, links previously provided by the Library will need to be changed. If any of the material you need for your online unit ...

Explore in October

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

It's October, and The National Year of Reading monthly theme is explore. Such a huge wide subject. Where to start? You could explore, read and research for your next holiday? Read some science fiction to explore another world? Explore a new technology...what's Pinterest about for instance? The semester is rapidly closing, so we are suggestions ...