Are you teaching in Trimester 1? The Library is here to help you prepare for your courses! We offer a range of assistance, from in-class workshops for students to help with resources and Reading Lists. 

Library workshops, presentations and eLearning resources 

Information literacy, digital literacy and academic literacy are central to supporting the Griffith Graduate Attributes and are most effectively developed within a disciplinary context. The Library can assist your students in developing these essential skills by providing customised class-based workshops, presentations and eLearning resources, which you can request online via the Teaching page on the Library website.  

Reading Lists 

Reading Lists enable you to provide students with online access to course readings through their [email protected] course site in a way that’s copyright compliant. Visit the Reading Lists page to find help and instructions for:  

  • getting started 
  • adding resources 
  • structuring lists 
  • requesting digitisations 
  • and more.  

For further assistance, contact us via the Get help from the Library webform. 

Teaching resources 

The Library provides access to a broad range of online resources to support your teaching needs, including resources for your required and recommended readings for your Reading Lists. Take a look at the Library’s Resources for Teaching for: 

  • advice on identifying, selecting, and obtaining resources  
  • access to Griffith policies  
  • information on the types of resources available.   

Copyright and online teaching material 

Our Copyright Matters – Teaching page offers guidance and advice on copyright compliance for online teaching materials, including what materials can be used where. You can also contact the Information Policy Officer for advice by emailing [email protected]. 

For further help and information on preparing for T1, contact the Library. 


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