By Pamela Clarke, on 4 May 2016
Puzzled about how to add digitised readings to your online reading lists for students? Concerned about mysterious pdfs in Moodle? Or worried about the copyright issues in course readings?
Then worry no more as the Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) are here to help! We offer advice and help to ensure course readings are copyright compliant, using UCL’s CLA licence, and other licencing schemes such as the NLA, and ERA where appropriate. Our course readings service will check readings are legally compliant under one of these licences and add the digitised readings to your online reading list.
To find out more feel free to “drop-in” to TLS (Senate House, room 317, 3rd floor, South Block) between 2.30-4.30 pm on Wednesdays. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have webpages with information at your fingertips about the course readings service that you might find helpful.