Answered By: Sanya Baker
Last Updated: 25 Jul, 2018     Views: 54

Use Course Resources lists when you want to provide students with copyright-compliant online access to:

     The course textbook (which should be given the Importance level: Student Purchase).

     Articles, books, Kanopy or YouTube clips, DVDs, websites, and other multimedia resources you are recommending to your students. These can be given any of three Importance levels in your list: Required, Recommended, Optional.

Bookmark and add them to your list, either from the online site (eg, YouTube) or from a site with a good description of the resource (eg, Library Search, Amazon). The list will link directly to online resources available or display live library availability for hard copy resources.

Unpublished resources such as lecturer course notes, PowerPoint slides, model answers and tests are not usually included in a Course Resources list.

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