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This document explains the process involved when the information specialist prepares the library reference page for the lecturer's clickUP course.
NOTE: The lecturer is the owner of the clickUP course, therefore the Information Specialist can upload the Reference page to the Content Collection, but the lecturer needs to create the link to the Reference page in clickUP.
This document describes the communication process that should take place between the Lecturer, Information Specialist and Instructional Designer.
This document describes the communication process between the Information Specialist and the student.
Obtaining permission to create a deep link to a website is normally complicated. This document describes the process of requesting permission to create deep links to a website.
Each year lecturers have to re-apply for copyright. Different types of material require different forms to complete to apply for copyright. This process is done by the Library. This link should get you started.
Plagiarism at UP is a serious offense. There is a plagiarism course presented by the library for all students. Read more about UP's Plagiarism policy.
This is a diagram that explains the process that has to take place between the lecturers and the information specialists when requesting a library reference page.
This is a checklist for the Information Specialists to ensure that all the links are working on the Reference pages and the correct templates are used.
This document explains the process which the Information Specialist should take to upload the Reference page to the Content Collection.
This document explains to Lecturers how to create a link to the reference page in your ClickUP course.
NOTE that this has to be done only once, from thereon, the Information Specialist can only overwrite the existing page in the Content Collection.