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Everyone who accesses LinkedIn Learning must create a personal account (a profile). This lets you track your progress, create playlists, take tests, and earn certificates.
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The Computer School
The Computer School is an online site that will allow you to enhance your own confidence, knowledge and IT Skills. Explore this comprehensive, yet user-friendly technology training resource - created by teachers and lecturers, specifically for the IT Growth and Development of all students, regardless of age or current skill-levels.
Gale in Context
Biography Discover the world's most influential people by searching narrative biographies, news, magazine and multimedia content.
Environmental studies Understand environmental issues that affect people globally through topic overviews, journals, news and multimedia content.
Global issues Analyse important global issues and events through topic overviews, international viewpoints, news and multimedia content.
Opposing viewpoints Find overviews, news and opinions on hundreds of today's important social issues.
Science Understand context for hundreds of science topics through overviews, journals, news, interactive experiments and more.
World History Uncover information on hundreds of the most significant people, events and topics in world history from a variety of sources.
Interactive science Manipulate 3D interactive models to visualise and understand concepts in biology, chemistry earth and space science.
Visit the State Library of NSW HSC 2021 web page which brings together the key information students and teachers need for the HSC journey.
Find links to research guides for Society & Culture, English, History (Modern and Ancient) and Legal Studies as well as our recent Smart research for HSC students webinars now accessible to view online.
Teachers can check out the For Teachers page for links to booking inquiry forms for onsite and online HSC Introduction to resources workshops for their students.
CSU Guide for HSC Students
CSU Guide for HSC Students is an online study resource for HSC students created by Charles Sturt University, with information for all major HSC subjects and courses.
This guide will offer you resources, information and advice, that will help you during preparation for your HSC.
Writing Home: World War One eResource
The Writing Home: WWI Letters of Frank Brown eResource is designed for students and teachers studying WWI. The resource contains extracts from letters written by Captain Lew Hewish during World War One to his friend, Frank Brown. Both men were from Albury and the letters offer a fascinating insight into the battle and home front experiences of men from the Albury region during this period. The resource includes recorded and transcribed extracts plus extended transcripts of full letters for study and research. The resource also includes suggested activities based on the letters for classroom use.
Recorded excerpts from letters written by Captain Les Hewish to Frank Brown.
Interactive Education Resource
An education resource for upper primary and secondary students based on the WWI letters of Australian soldier Les Hewish to his friend Frank Brown. The resource includes extracts from the letters, audio recordings and full transcripts of a selection of the letters. The resource includes suggested activities for students exploring the letters as primary sources for learning about WWI.
Fighting the Battle of Ideas About Conscription: The Albury Wodonga District During the Great War
The study guide and accompanying videos below were produced by Dr Bruce Pennay, as teaching and learning materials for use in Albury Wodonga district secondary schools on mandatory topics in the Australian History Curriculum. They are designed to assist students in investigating primary sources related to the causes, conduct and consequences of the two conscription referenda in 1916 and 1917, with a particular focus on the Albury and Wodonga district.
Online Investigation Activity Sheet
Students can follow the instructions to research primary sources relating to the referenda and their impact on Australia.