Trimester 1 is approaching fast, and the Library is here to help. We offer a range of assistance from eLearning resources and in-class workshops to help with Reading lists and resources.
Library workshops, presentations and eLearning resources
Information literacy, digital literacy and academic literacy are considered central to supporting the Griffith Graduate Attributes. Our teams can assist students in developing essential skills by providing customised class-based workshops, presentations and eLearning resources. View examples on the Workshops and eLearning page and request a workshop or eLearning resource using our online form.
Students have 24/7 online access to their required readings through [email protected] The Library provides access to a broad range of resources to include in your course Reading lists. Instructions on how to get started with adding resources, structuring lists, requesting digitisations and more can be found on the Reading lists page.
For advice on selecting resources, including adhering to University policies and the types of resources available, have a look at the Library’s Resources for teaching page. You can even request resources to support your teaching needs that are not currently in the Library collection via the Suggest a purchase webform. For further assistance contact us via the Get help from the Library webform.
Copyright and online teaching material
Our Copyright Matters – Teaching page offers guidance and advice on copyright compliance for online teaching materials, including how materials can be used. 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.