John’s Diigo Links 02/28/2009

  • ‘Explore history’ tells the stories of Victoria’s social, political and cultural development with original documents and images that you can use in your assignments. It’s a taste of the sort of information you can find in the State Library of Victoria’s collections – both onsite and online – that will make writing your next essay much easier.

    Learn what life was like in colonial Melbourne, from the people who were there to see it happen. Discover Melbourne’s criminal past, the history of Victoria’s changing landscape and the political events that have shaped the state.

    tags: ergo, history, documents, Victoria, State Library

  • Scootle provides access to over 6000 items of digital curriculum content from The Le@rning Federation. You can find interactive learning objects, images, audio files and movie clips via browse, search and filter technology. Scootle allows you to create personal favourite lists of resources for quick access. Anyone can use the search and browse tools of Scootle. Access to other features of the site are restricted to teachers and students in Australian and New Zealand schools and other bodies licensed by TLF. Login access is provided to teachers through their jurisdictions.

    tags: scootle, TLF, learningobjects, learningfederation, IWB, Interactive Whiteboard

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