Course Resources Online, more commonly referred to as CROs, is a collection of digitized copyright journal articles, book chapters and / or multimedia files where there are insufficient copies available to meet the anticipated demand by on-campus or external students.
Journal articles or extracts from books are scanned and stored, and can be accessed via the World Wide Web (WWW). The default format is PDF.
For further information regarding Course Resources Online and how it affects you as an academic please consult the Frequently Asked Questions.
Course Resources Online and Copyright
It is a requirement of the University that all digitised copyright material be recorded centrally by the Library, to meet its statutory requirements under the Copyright Act.
Lodging Course Resources Online requests
To lodge a CRO reading request for your course(s) please submit details using the CRO form (1 CRO request per form please)
Contacting Course Resources Online staff
If require further assistance please phone the Course Resources Online staff on 07 49232671 or send an email to email@example.com.