Access to digital technologies outside of scheduled class times is critical for our 21st Century Learner. Access to digital resources via Moodle and Oliver is available 24/7 from beyond the physical boundaries of the school.
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.
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 provides thousands of quality educational videos designed for schools, which are accessible 24/7 via Moodle or directly via the website https://online.clickview.com.au/
The Sydney Morning Herald is a daily compact newspaper published by Fairfax Media in Sydney, Australia. Breaking news from Sydney, Australia and the world. Features the latest business, sport, entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and technology news. Digital subscription details are available on Moodle – Library e-Resources.
Time is an American weekly news magazine published in New York City. It contains breaking news and analysis from TIME.com. Politics, world news, photos, video, tech reviews, health, science and entertainment news.
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.
Cosmos is a publishing phenomenon that brings exciting science and technology news to the world. Launched in June 2006, Cosmos Media is the winner of 47 Australian and international awards for journalism, marketing and sustainability, including 2009 Magazine of the Year.
Australia’s #1 science media brand, Cosmos is constantly reaching thousands of people via print magazine, daily digital updates on our website and across social media. Cosmos readers are interested in how the world works, which technology can make it better and what the future of science holds.
CX Network is the voice of technicians in entertainment and audio visual across Australasia. This online publication is the media for entertainment and installation technology professionals.
Start Something is created for high school students and teachers. It can be used either as a classroom resource in study of society/humanities classes, or as part of an extra-curricular social justice club or Amnesty school group.
The latest Institute research and contributions from Australia's most respected social scientists, social policy analysts, service provider and research agencies.
LinksPlus services contain safe, curriculum-based web sites, which have been evaluated by teachers and teacher librarians. Access to Weblinks Plus is via Oliver Library System – Federated Search.
A user friendly tool that assists students to compile an accurate bibliography using the Harvard Author-Date System.
Students can access a range of excellent reliable sources of information via Oliver. The link to Oliver is on the Student DoE Portal.
By conducting a Federated Search students can access information from the following e-Resources, databases and libraries.