Category Archives: Research

Quote Investigator: Exploring the Origins of Quotes A good example of why we shouldn’t believe everything we read on the internet played out on the weekend (12 Jan 2017) when in the US the Republican National Committee (GOP) posted a quote to twitter in celebration of former President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday anniversary. The only problem (which twitter users were quick to pick up on) was the

Read more “The National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources project (Nectar) provides an online infrastructure that supports researchers to connect with colleagues in Australia and around the world, allowing them to collaborate and share ideas and research outcomes, which will ultimately contribute to our collective knowledge and make a significant impact on our society. Nectar Virtual Labs are rich domain-oriented online

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This free iBook, published by Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) and Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne (2003)  commemorates, acknowledges and tells the story of the Indigenous men and women who served for Australia through interactive touch photo galleries and movies. ( It is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.

Read more – Feed Your Curious Mind

Dig around in and you may never leave.. it’s a rabbit warren of interesting articles on topics such as history, travel, culture, food, entertainment and science. Some recent articles include: Drift Through Gorgeous Canals All Over The World Keep Calm And Carry On: Daily Life And Courage During The Blitz Visit The World’s Mirror: The Salar De Uyuni Salt

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