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Humber Libraries: Guide for New Faculty

eReading Pages

Create eReading pages for your students in Blackboard, organized to your specifications! Note: eReading pages can include Streaming Videos, too. 

 

A member of the library's Copyright team can assist by creating an eReading page with direct links to library readings and materials. Faculty are provided with a file that can be easily uploaded to Blackboard.

 

Why create an eReading Page?

  • Free for students
  • Easy access to required readings in Blackboard
  • Customized for your course
  • Copyright permissions not needed - avoid copyright licensing issues

To develop an eReading page for your course:

  1. Add your selected readings to a document (APA preferred)
  2. Organize the readings by week or topic
  3. Email the document to copyright@humber.ca
  4. Tell us the course code, course name, and semester