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Engadine High School

Engadine High School

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Library services

Supporting student learning through technology.

The Library provides access to a range of technologies, a colour printer, scanner, digital cameras and tripods, data projectors, laptop computers and iPad's.  Students and staff have access to an extensive Digital Library through the Library Google Classroom and via Oliver Library Management System. This includes access 24/7 to ClickView Online – a video library, Britannica School, JSTOR journals and an Online Referencing Generator.

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programs 
    Our Aboriginal Education Officer (AEO), is based in the Library every Monday and Tuesday. Aboriginal Studies is taught to Years 11 and 12 in the Connected Classroom. A range of programs is offered to support our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in this space in the Library. 
  • HSC Resources
    There is a designated area in the Library containing a range of HSC resources. These include a large collection of study guides, information on lectures offered by a number of universities, job guides and publications such as the latest UAC Guide. Our Careers Adviser, regularly updates information on Career and University pathways, which are freely available to the students.
  • Student Wellbeing
    There is a range of fiction and non-fiction books on wellbeing issues available for loan from the Library. The Audio book Library also has an extensive collection of wellbeing books for loan. Topics include mental health issues, dealing with anxiety and depression and how to get the sleep one needs.
  • Social Justice Programs
    The Social Justice Action Group is based in the Library with many of Social Justice Programs operating out of the Library. Information on the many projects run by the Social Justice Action Group or select committees can be found in the Library.
  • Seminar Rooms
    Senior students have priority access to two seminar rooms for independent or group study. These can be booked through the Library staff.
  • Careers/VET Office
    Our Careers Adviser and VET Co-ordinator, has an office in the Library where students can seek guidance.
  • Homework Centre
    The Homework Centre will operate out of the Library every Monday and Thursday afternoon from 3:05 – 4:14pm. All students are welcome to attend. Teachers will be available from a range of faculties to assist students, alternatively the Homework Centre provides a quiet space to complete study tasks.

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