Course Resources helps lecturers create and maintain course resource lists (reading lists) for students and automatically ensures that items digitised for student access are copyright compliant.
You can find more information about using Course Resources in the Students tab of this guide.
To lecturers the system offers:
You can find more information about using Course Resources in the Academics tab of this guide.
At the end of 2014 Universities New Zealand renewed their copyright licence with CLL (Copyright Licensing Ltd). In addition to previous requirements, CLL required universities to implement software to facilitate e-reporting on the use of copyright material pursuant to the Licence.
AUT has carefully chosen a system (Talis Aspire) we know works well, along with the Universities of Auckland, Victoria, Wellington and Waikato.
A full rollout of the new system is expected by the end of Semester 2 2017, as required by CLL for electronic. In 2018, use of Course Resources will be required by all Faculties and staff making copyrighted material available to students.