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Course Resources @ AUT

A guide to Course Resources for students and lecturers.

What is Course Resources?

 

Course Resources is an online reading list platform, which lecturers use to share resources directly with their students.


Students can find their course lists via the Course Resources tab in their Canvas courses.

 

Course lists enable students to:

  • easily access course-specific resources all in one place
  • add personal notes and 'read status' to resources to keep track of their study
  • filter resources by section, type, importance level, read status, and availability
  • check the availability and location of print resources on the list
  • apply their preferred referencing / citation style and export the list
 

See the Students tab (left) for guidance on these Course Resources functions.

 

Course Resources is an online reading list platform, which lecturers use to share resources directly with their students.


Lecturers can access lists directly through Course Resources or through their Canvas courses' Course Resources tab

 

Course Resources enables lecturers to:

  • create, organise, and maintain course reading lists for students 
  • share copyrighted materials with students without manually reporting on their use
  • request digitisations that are vetted by librarians to assure copyright compliance
 

Use of Course Resources to share readings with students is a requirement of AUT's copyright licence. Use of this software (also known as Talis Aspire) facilitates the e-reporting of copyrighted material used in AUT's courses to CLNZ (Copyright Licensing New Zealand).


See the Academics tab (left) for guidance on using Course Resources, or contact your Liaison Librarian for support.