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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies

  • ABC Indigenous
    Upper primary and secondary school resource. Latest news, TV and Radio, health information and language resources.
  • Aboriginal Art Online
    An online gallery of Aboriginal paintings, arranged by region. Includes information on different painting styles and short biographies of the artists. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Portal
    A State Library of Queensland website with links to community and family history, digital stories, books and images (some of which can be viewed online). Suitable for secondary school students.
  • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
    Online collection of resources, including information about family history, stolen generations, NAIDOC, indigenous rights, history and languages. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Blak History Month
    Information about the history of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Includes teaching resources to support learning.

Agriculture

  • ABC Rural Online - Rural Links
    A comprehensive list of links to information about agricultural and primary industries. Suitable for upper primary, secondary and tertiary students.
  • Department of Agriculture - Australian Government
    Includes information about primary and secondary industries, climate change, farming, pests, diseases and weeds, and biosecurity. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school.

Arts

Architecture

  • Architecture and Children
    A resource designed for primary and secondary students by the Australian Institute of Architects. Includes information on building elements and materials, indigenous housing, Australian housing types and styles, the impact of the built environment, and preferred features. Also includes references to other resources.
  • Australian Architecture
    A site supplied by the Australian government and includes information on different eras and styles, as well as links to information and online content about Australian architects and famous Australian buildings. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Great Buildings Online
    Suitable for secondary and tertiary students. Information about international architects, architecture and 3D spatial models of great buildings. Also includes information about architectural types, styles and historical periods.

Film

  • National Film and Sound Archive
    This website provides information about the national audiovisual collection and film preservation. It also includes online content such as short films, and a wide range of digital learning resources. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Screen Australia
    This Australian Government site provides information to support current filmmakers and their films, including information about how to produce, budget, pitch and market their projects. It also contains information about Australian productions and industry statistics.

Visual Art

  • Artcyclopedia
    A search engine of international artists and art movements. It allows browsing by artist, medium, subject, nationality, and gender. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Art history resources on the web
    Links to online resources ranging from pre-historic to modern times and spanning across cultures. Suitable for secondary students.
  • CGFA - A Virtual Art Museum
    This site includes information about the works of artists, rather than bibliographical content. It can be searched by artist, nationality, or date. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.

Music

  • Music Australia
    Updated by the National Library of Australia, this website provides online access to musical scores, sound recordings, websites, books and biographical information on Australian musicians, performers, composers, groups and ensembles, festivals and organisations.

Performing Arts

  • HAT-History of Australian Theatre
    An online archive that includes a database of people associated with Australian theatre history, as well as articles, biographies, autographs, images and links to other websites. Suitable for upper primary and secondary students.
  • Highlights in Australian theatre history
    Information about the history of Australian theatre, including a chronological timeline and links to other resources. Suitable for upper primary and secondary students.
  • Aussie Theatre
    AussieTheatre.com is an interactive theatre and arts website servicing the Australian performing arts community and theatre going public. With up-to-date news, reviews, features and blog posts from a team of writers and contributors across the country, this multimedia online arts magazine covers music theatre, theatre, opera, cabaret and other art forms. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.

Biographies

  • Australian Athletics - Athlete profiles
    Athlete profiles including background information and pictures, competition statistics, progress and ranking. Also includes coaching resources and the history of athletics in Australia, and is suitable for primary school-aged students and older.
  • Australian Dictionary of Biography
    This resource is produced by the National Centre of Biography at the Australian National University. It provides access to concise biographical information about significant and representative persons in Australian history. Providing citation details, this site is useful for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Australian Sporting Greats
    This article provides information about Australia's famous sportspeople and includes links to other useful online resources throughout the text. Suitable for upper primary and secondary students.
  • Dictionary of Australian Biography
    Part of the Project Gutenberg Australia website, this resource is a free eBook containing biographies for more than 1000 people prominent in the development of Australia, including explorers, artists, politicians and scientists. Suitable for upper primary school-aged students and older.
  • Historic Figures
    Developed by the BBC, this webpage provides a selection of biographies on historic figures. Suitable for upper primary school-aged students and older.

Encyclopaedias

  • Britannica Library Online -Library card required to sign in to this eResource
    Britannica Library Online is an online encyclopaedia, dictionary and thesaurus for primary and secondary students and adults. It includes an interactive World Atlas, historical timelines, images, multimedia and links to many major news sources.
  • Kiddle
    Kiddle is a kid safe visual search engine and sources a wide range of information from Google sites and pages with kids specifically in mind. In general, the first few results from your search are hand-picked and checked by Kiddle editors. The rest of the listing is filtered by Google safe search. Remember to check who wrote the information you choose to use. Is the author an expert and is the information up to date?

English

  • Australian Poetry Library
    A joint initiative of the University of Sydney and the Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) and funded by an Australian Research Council (ARC) grant, this site provides access to a wide range Australian poetic texts which can be freely viewed online. Biographical information about Australian poets, a glossary of poetic forms, and interviews, photographs and audio/visual recordings are also accessible. Suitable for upper primary school-aged students and older.
  • Literature Resources - Free Book Notes
    Find study guides and summaries for over 44 000 books including notes provided by eNotes, Sparknotes and CliffsNotes.
  • Reading Lists - Books to try
    It's never too early to read, or to be read to. Find books to try for all ages.
  • Absolute Shakespeare
    Absolute Shakespeare, the essential resource for for William Shakespeare's plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the legendary Globe Theatre.
  • Spark Notes - Literature Study Guides
    An online database of readers' study guides to literature, including Shakespeare and poetry. Suitable for high school and tertiary students.

Geography

  • Australia Ecoregions
    Australian government site providing maps and information about the eco-regions of Australia. Also includes information about protected areas and lists of threatened species. Suitable for upper primary and secondary students.
  • CIA World Factbook
    This online resource provides access to country-specific information, such as details about the history, people, government and economy of world entities. It also includes flags and maps of the world. Suitable for upper primary school-aged students and older.
  • Encyclopaedia of desalination and water resources
    An archive of knowledge about desalination and water resources, including links to additional information. Suitable for upper primary school-aged students and older.
  • Geography IQ
    An online world atlas that includes geographic, economic, political, historical and cultural information. It provides world rankings, world and country maps, and a currency converter. Suitable for primary and secondary school students.
  • Geoscience Australia
    An Australian Government website that offers information on geo-science topics, including mapping, energy, natural resources, and hazards. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Get The Facts - Natural disasters
    An Australian Government website that provides simple, easy-to-read content about natural disasters (such as earthquakes and tsunamis) and how they impact on the Australian environment. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • How Volcanoes Work
    This site is supported by NASA and suitable for secondary and tertiary students. It provides detailed scientific information about volcanoes, as well as case studies of historical volcanic eruptions and volcanism on other planets. It also includes links to further information, practice tests and a crossword to test your knowledge.
  • South East Water - Education Students
    Provides information about water cycles, conservation, an online interactive water-saving game and links to additional resources. This site is suitable for primary and lower secondary school students.
  • Tsunami Facts and Information
    This Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology webpage includes scientific facts about the physics of a tsunami. There are also maps and a case study of the Boxing Day tsunami of 2004. Suitable for secondary students and older.
  • UnityWater
    Information about town water supply and sewerage infrastructure in the Moreton Bay and Sunshine Coast regions, including links to further information. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Volcano World
    Provided by Oregon State University, this website contains information about volcanic gases and minerals and general facts about volcanoes. There is also a glossary and lesson plans that include review questions and answers - very helpful for self-learning. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Volcanoes of the World
    Part of the Global Volcanism Program of the Smithsonian Institution, this site allows searching for volcanoes by region, name and eruption date. It also includes scientific, geographical and historical information, with maps, photo and video galleries, and links to further information. Suitable for upper primary school-aged students and older.
  • Water Science for schools
    A US Government site that contains information about water cycles, properties, quality and use - including hydroelectricity. This resource includes a glossary and questionnaires. Suitable for primary and secondary school students.
  • World Biomes
    Contains information about the world's six major types of biomes, as well as conservation and preservation information. Presented by the University of California's Museum of Paleontology, this site is suitable for primary and lower secondary school students.

Government

  • About the Queensland Government
    Official site of the Queensland government, providing information about the state's system, government departments, priorities and achievements. Media statements, budget information and other Queensland Government publications can be accessed through this site, which is suitable for all ages.
  • Australian Electoral Commission
    Official site of the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC), providing information about democracy, electorates and voting. Includes maps and the teaching guide: Democracy Rules - an electoral education resource. Suitable for all ages.
  • Selected websites about the Australian Government - National Library of Australia
    This site is designed to serve as a starting point for locating online information about the Australian government. It provides a list of links to relevant sites, including access to the full-text of the Australian Constitution. There are also links to resources about the parliamentary system, judiciary, government publications, and Australian government history. Suitable for upper primary to tertiary students.
  • Australian Government and Parliament
    An Australian Government site providing links to government publications from all levels of government. It includes access to resources about government departments, e-Government, parliaments, ministers, and governors. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Australia's Prime Ministers
    This website by the National Archives of Australia website provides access to digitised documents from the National Archives holdings. It offers an insight into Australia's political history from the documents dealt with by Australia's Prime Ministers. Suitable for primary school-aged students and older.
  • Department of Local Government and Planning
    This Queensland Government website provides information about planning, infrastructure, and local government and councils in Queensland. There is a searchable local government directory, and information about local government reform and current legislation. Suitable for secondary school students.
  • Moreton Bay Regional Council
    Official site of the Moreton Bay Regional Council, this site includes information about the region, laws and policies, councillors, and major projects. Suitable for all ages.
  • Parliamentary Education Office of the Commonwealth Parliament of Australia
    Provides information about how Australia is governed, including concepts such as representation, law-making, formation of government and accountability. It includes downloadable fact sheets, online quizzes, and a parliamentary glossary. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Queensland Parliament
    The official website of the Queensland Parliament. It includes educational information in the form of fact sheets and activities, as well as live video and audio feeds from the Queensland Parliamentary chambers. Suitable for primary, secondary and tertiary students.

Health

  • Department of Health and Ageing
    Includes information on Departmental records and history, budgets, annual reports, recent publications, featured articles and latest news. Also includes lists to further information, allows the option to listen to the information, and is suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Health Information
    Moreton Bay Region Libraries page of online Health and wellness links and resources. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • National Health and Medical Research
    Provided by the Australian Government, this site includes information about health and medical research ethics, indigenous health, nutrition, genetics as well as publications that can be read online and podcasts. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.

History

  • Historical maps of the world
    The Perry-Castaneda Library's Map Collection, at the University of Texas. Includes historical maps of the world, continents, countries, counties and cities. Suitable for all ages.
  • Spark Notes - History Study Guides
    An online database of readers' study guides to history. Suitable for high school and tertiary students.

Ancient History

Ancient China

  • Ancient China for Kids by Mr Donn

    Provides information about daily life, philosophies and religion, culture, people, places and festivals, and includes online interactive games PowerPoint presentations, lesson plans, clip art and short animations, and quizzes. Suitable for primary school students.

  • Ancient China for kids
    Contains information about Ancient Chinese history, art, architecture, religion, science, literature, inventions and daily life. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Ancient China - The British Museum
    Provides information about the crafts and artisans, geography and writing system of Ancient China. Also includes interactive "challenges". Suitable for primary and lower secondary school students.
  • Qui Shi Huang Terracotta Army
    Provides information about the first emperor of China, the Great Wall of China and the Terracotta Army. Suitable for primary school students.

Ancient Egypt

  • Ancient Egypt for Kids by Mr Donn
    Provides information about Ancient Egyptian history, geography, government, daily life, deities, funerals and afterlife. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Ancient Egypt for Kids - Kidipede
    Contains information about Ancient Egyptian history, art, architecture, literature, science, religion, and government. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Ancient Egypt - The British Museum
    Includes information about Egyptian life, geography, gods and goddesses, mummification, pharaoh, pyramids, temples, trade and writing. Suitable for primary and lower secondary school students.

Ancient Greece

  • Ancient Greece - The British Museum
    Provides information about the history, geography, government, daily life, gods and goddesses, festivals and games, knowledge and learning, and war of Ancient Greece. Suitable for primary and lower secondary school students.
  • BBC Primary History - Ancient Greeks
    Provides interactive information about the Ancient Greeks and includes photographs, online interactive games, quizzes, and other activities. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Ancient Greece for Kids - Kidipede
    Contains information about the history, sculpture, art and architecture, religion, mythology, literature, and daily life in Ancient Greece. Suitable for primary school students.

Ancient Mesopotamia

  • Ancient Mesopotamia for Kids by Mr Donn
    Provides information about Babylon, Assyria, and Sumer. Includes history, geography, government, daily life, deities, legends, and inventions. It also includes online interactive games, presentations, lesson plans, clip art and short animations, and quizzes. Suitable for primary school students.
  • BBC History: Mesopotamia
    Provides interactive information about Ancient Mesopotamia and includes a map of Mesopotamia and photographs. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Collapse Mesopotamia
    Information about why and how civilisations such as Mesopotamia fall, and modern comparisons. This site also provides links to further information, and is suitable for primary and upper secondary school students.
  • Mesopotamia - The British Museum
    Provides information about the history, geography, gods and goddesses, and demons and monsters of Babylon, Assyria and Sumer. It also includes worksheets and discussion questions. Suitable for primary and lower secondary school students.

Ancient Rome

  • Ancient Rome for Kids by Mr Donn
    Provides information about the history, geography, government, daily life, gods and goddesses, and art of Ancient Rome. Includes online activities, lesson plans, presentations, videos clips, craft and clip art. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Ancient Rome for Kids - Kidipede
    Contains information about Ancient Roman history, architecture, art, games, religion, daily life, philosophy, science, government, and economy. Suitable for primary school students.
  • BBC Primary History - Ancient Rome
    Provides interactive information about the Ancient Romans and includes photographs, online interactive games, quizzes, and other activities. Suitable for primary school students.

Aztecs

  • The Awesome Aztecs
    Contains information about Aztecs history, human interaction with the environment, slaves, daily life, government, achievements and inventions. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Aztec History
    Provides information about the religion, family life, food, art, architecture, culture, government, weapons, and "the fall" of Aztec civilisation. Includes links to further information. Suitable for primary school students and older.

Incans

  • The Incredible Incas
    Provides information about daily life, geography, architecture, culture, people, places and inventions. Suitable for primary school students.

Mayans

  • The Mayas
    Contains information about Ancient Mayan history, geography, religion, government, inventions, food, and daily life. Suitable for primary school students.
  • Mayan History
    Provides information about Mayan writing and calendar systems, religious beliefs, commerce, trade, political structure, arts, architecture, and decline. Suitable for upper primary and lower secondary school students.

Australian History

Colonial

First Settlement 

Bushrangers 

  • Early Australian Bushrangers
    Provides historical information about the early bushrangers in Australia, and includes links to further information. Suitable for upper primary school students and older.

Explorers 

Modern History

Federation

  • Ancient Heritage, Modern Society
    Provides information about European settlement, federation, the impact of war, and post-war prosperity, and provides links to further information. Suitable for upper primary school students and older.
  • Australian History
    A list of resources about the history of Australia. Topics include Australian Prime Ministers, Mapping our Anzacs, a Shipwreck database, and Australian homes. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Australia`s Federation
    Information about Australia's federation and federal system, including links to further information about Australia and governance. Suitable for upper primary school students and older.
  • Documenting a Democracy - Australian Story
    Provides information about and access to the original Australian Commonwealth constitution agreements. Also includes a glossary, timeline, maps and picture gallery. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • European discovery and the colonisation of Australia
    Provides historical information about the first discovery of Australia, colonisation and federation. Includes links to further information and online video clips. Suitable for upper primary-school aged students and older.
  • Federation
    Provides information about the history of Australia's federation and includes links to further information. Suitable for upper primary-school aged students and older.
  • Migration Heritage Centre: New South Wales
    This site provides historical and recent information about migration to New South Wales and includes class activities and teacher's notes. Suitable for upper primary-school aged students and older.
  • Origins: Immigrant communities in Victoria
    Provides historical information, graphs and images about the immigration of communities from 82 different countries to Victoria. Suitable for upper primary-school aged students and older.
  • Migration - Queensland Museum
    Provides information about Queensland's migration history and links to additional information about multiculturalism and refugees. Suitable for upper primary-school aged students and older.

War and Conflict

  • Anzac Day
    Provides information about Australia's military history and provides links to further information about memorials, medals, maps, and additional learning resources and activities. Suitable for primary and secondary school students.
  • Australia and the Vietnam War
    Provides historical information about Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War, conscription, public opinion, war myths, armour and artillery and aftermath. Also includes maps, images, sketches, and videos. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Australian War Memorial
    An online archive of images, diary entries, soldier records and war history, military units, biographies, and official histories of all conflicts in which Australia has been involved. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Australians on the Western Front 1914 - 1918
    Provides information about the battles and experiences of Australian soldiers in France and Belgium during World War I. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Gallipoli and the Anzacs
    Provides historical information about the ANZAC soldiers' experience at Gallipoli, and includes a timeline, plans and drawings. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Redcliffe Remembers the war years 1939-1949
    Provides access to the biographies and stories of residents who lived in Redcliffe during World War II. Information available in transcript or movie format. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • War and Identity
    Provides information about Australia's military history and heritage and can be browsed by theme or war. Sources and information are identified as suitable for early childhood, primary and secondary.

British History

  • British History - BBC History
    Provides information about the history of Britain from Norman times to present day, also including an interactive timeline of British History. Suitable for all ages.
  • British History - Britannia
    Provides historical information and primary documentation about Britain, King Arthur, Mysteries and British monarchs. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • The British Empire: Where the Sun Never Sets
    Contains information about British armed forces, art and culture, biographies, science and technology, and also includes maps, timelines, a glossary, and links to further information. Suitable for upper primary and lower secondary school students.
  • British History Online
    Provides comprehensive information about British history and provides access to significant primary and secondary sources. Suitable for secondary and tertiary school students.
  • Children of World War 2 - BBC History
    Provides information about the experiences of children during World War II in an interactive format and includes photographs, online games, quizzes, and other activities. Suitable for primary school students.

Industrial Revolution

Middle Ages

  • Middle Ages
    Provides historical information about torture, weapons, castles, religion, clothing, the Crusades, knights, Feudalism, people and every day life during the Middle Ages. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • The Middle Ages.Net
    Provides information about weapons and warfare, lifestyle, art and literature, sports and entertainment, the bubonic plague. Also includes links to further information. Suitable for upper primary and lower secondary school students.
  • The Middle Ages for Kids
    Provides historical information about daily life, secular and Catholic Church authorities during the Middle Ages. Suitable for primary school students.
  • The Middle Ages - History for Kids
    Contains information about daily life, religion, the Crusades, Empires, rulers, architecture, religion, art and literature during the Middle Ages. Suitable for upper primary school students.

World Exploration

  • Age of Exploration - The Mariners Museum
    Provides historical information about the period of exploration and biographies of explorers. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Explorers
    An index of world explorers that can be browsed by name, region, or time period. Also includes a glossary of exploration terms. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Famous Explorers
    Provides information about famous world explorers and their voyages and discoveries. Suitable for upper primary and lower secondary school students.

Inventions

  • Australia Innovates - Powerhouse Museum
    A selection of significant Australian inventions since Federation. Includes interactive innovation game. Suitable for upper primary school students and older.
  • Australian Inventions
    A selection of significant Australian inventions including Aboriginal inventions prior to European settlement, and includes links to further information. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Inventors and inventions
    A comprehensive list of inventions from around the world that can be browsed by geography, time period, inventor's name, or invention type. Suitable for primary school aged students and older.

Historical Photographs

  • Picture Australia - National Library of Australia
    An online image database that acts as a central point to search for images provided by the main Australian cultural institutions. Suitable for all ages.
  • Picture Caboolture
    Historical photographs of Caboolture and surrounding area. Suitable for all ages.
  • PictureQueensland - State Library of Queensland
    Picture Queensland holds an ever growing number of images that build a unique pictorial record of the State of Queensland. There is a mix of historical and contemporary images from urban, regional and rural Queensland. Suitable for all ages.
  • Redcliffe Snapshots
    This Photographic collection is a unique visual record of the Redcliffe area dating from the 1880's. The collection features photographs of events, industry, people and places in the greater Redcliffe area. Suitable for all ages.

Languages

  • Digital Dialects: Language Learning Games
    Free to use audio and games for learning sixty different languages. Suitable for all ages.
  • Languages Online
    Free collection of grammar and vocabulary lessons for various lessons. Also includes a list of links to language learning websites, resources, and interactive learning tools. Suitable for all ages.

Law

  • ComLaw - Australian Government
    ComLaw has complete and up-to-date Commonwealth legislation. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Law and Justice - Australian Government
    A list of selected websites with information about Australian law and justice complied by the Australian Government. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Lawstuff
    Provides information about Australia's child and youth laws. Suitable for upper primary school students and older.

Mathematics

  • A Maths Dictionary for Kids
    An animated, interactive online math dictionary that explains over 600 common mathematical terms and mathematical works in simple language. Suitable for primary school students.

Science

  • CSIRO
    Provides information about CSIRO projects and activities and includes online interactive learning activities. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • Extreme Science
    Provides information, images and films about world extremes and world records in natural science, earth science, and the animal and plant kingdom. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.
  • Encyclopedia of Australian Science
    Provides information about the history of Australian science, technology, engineering and medicine. Suitable for secondary and tertiary school students.
  • Science Daily
    Provides top science news headlines daily as well as news, articles, images, books and videos that can be browsed by topic. Suitable for secondary and tertiary school students.

Astronomy

  • Australian Astronomy
    Features extensive links to astronomical research, teaching, and public education facilities and activities in Australia. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • The Solar System - Astronomy for Kids
    Interactive map of the solar system suitable for primary school students.
  • National Geographic
    Interactive map of the solar system with links to further information. Suitable for upper primary school students and older.
  • Solar System Exploration - NASA
    Provides information about exploration missions, planets, science and technology and includes a timeline of explorations and interactive learning resources. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.

Biology

  • Botany.Com: Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers
    Encyclopedia and dictionary of plants and flowers, as well as links to further resources. Suitable for all ages.
  • Dictionary of Cell Biology
    Dictionary of cell biology that includes links to further information. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.
  • EcoCyc
    A scientific database for the bacterium Escherichia coli, including podcasts and videos. Suitable for tertiary students.
  • Encyclopaedia of Life Sciences
    Citable articles about life sciences with topics including Biochemistry, bioethics, ecology, evolution, genetics and disease, neuroscience, plant science and science and society. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.

Chemistry

  • Chemical Elements.com
    An online, interactive periodic table of the elements, suitable for all ages.
  • Chemistry Tutor
    Basic chemistry information on topics including chemical reactions, lab safety, equations, laws and reactions, and chemistry calculators. Suitable for upper primary and secondary school students.

Physics

  • The Physics Classroom
    Practical resources, tutorials and review sessions covering a wide range of physics topics. Suitable for secondary and tertiary students.

Study Skills and Resources

Citation, Bibliography and References builders

A citation Builder or Reference Generator offers students a simple way to keep track of the resources used to write an assignment or assessment. Students then copy and paste the citation to their Bibliography or Reference page.

Plagiarism Testers

While researching and writing assignments, it is easy to make a mistake and include copied information from the internet. To use the work of someone else is called plagiarism. If you are caught, it is an instant fail and at a university level, you may find yourself under disciplinary action. Use one of these checkers to avoid this.

Study Skills and Time Management

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