Access to digital technologies outside of scheduled class times is critical for our 21st Century Learner. Digital resources are accessible 24/7 via My School Library and the Library Google Classroom.
My School Library hosts our catalogue which includes seamless access to resources such as Britannica School, ClickView Online, JSTOR and to reliable institutions such as the National Library’s Trove site, the Sutherland Library, the NSW State Library and the Australian Museum.
Britannica School offers interactive, visually engaging resources that support collaborative learning styles. The resource covers the core subject areas of English, Maths, Science and History and includes interactive lessons, activities, games, stories, worksheets, manipulatives, study guides and research tools.
ClickView Online provides thousands of quality educational videos designed for schools.
JSTOR - With over 3,600 archival journals – the majority of which are unavailable on the open web – four primary source collections, and more than 2,000 open access ebooks, the JSTOR Secondary Schools Collection provides students with a safe and trusted environment to research topics across the curriculum.
Issues in Society is a comprehensive series of print and digital books which are essential reading for anyone needing up to date, balanced information on contemporary Australian social issues. Digital editions are interactive PDF files providing thoroughly researched overview of the latest news, facts, opinions and statistics compiled from a wide range of sources.
LinksPlus services contain safe, curriculum-based web sites, which have been evaluated by teachers and teacher librarians. Access to Weblinks Plus is via My School Library – Search for Other Sources.
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