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Going Global – New Foreign Language Magazines

We are building on our collection of foreign language resources in the Library for students to access immersive, on-level articles and content from nations and cultures outside of Australia. Pick a copy up and browse through the pages to see the latest news for teens direct from Italy, Germany, Spain and Japan all the while building on your comprehension and

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Magazines In The Library – May 2019

Come to the Library to explore the latest arrivals of magazines and periodicals. There is plenty on offer to connect with your interests and fuel your research with up to date and reliable secondary sources. Latest Arrivals: ChemMatters – February/March 2019 Some topics include: Connecting Chemistry and Art Open for Discussion: Unpacking the Paleo Diet Profile: Chancee Lundy Catalyzes Change

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Building Spaghetti Bridges

Have you ever tried making a bridge out of dried spaghetti? What about a spaghetti bridge that can support a roadway and small car? Watch as teams of first-year university students reveal and test their designs. How did they decide what kind of bridges to build? Have a go at designing, testing and building your own spaghetti bridge. Source: Building

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110 Key Documents that Are The Foundation of our Nation

http://www.foundingdocs.gov.au/default.asp MoADOPH in conjunction with the National Archives of Australia presents 110 key documents that are the foundation of our nation. This site was developed by Australia’s nine government archives, supported by the National Council for the Centenary of Federation. It contains Australia’s ‘birth certificates’ – the story of our democracy. You can browse documents by state or place follow a themed pathway in

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Access Australian film resources online

  AustralianScreen contains information about and excerpts from a wide selection of Australian feature films, documentaries, television programs, newsreels, short films, animations, and home-movies produced over the last 100 years. Film can be an excellent primary or secondary source of information. There are currently 1065 clips with teachers’ notes in the Education section. Topics presently covered in the educational area of this

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