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** NOTE TO TEACHERS : Additional online information resources to support content planning and creation **

A new Information Resources to Support Remote Teaching and Learning guide has been created to draw together resources that have now been made freely available to support content planning and creation. These are in addition to the resources to which the Library already provides access, found elsewhere on the site. The guide is being updated as new resources become available, so check back regularly.

ClickView - Video Library

ClickView link


The Library has resumed its normal opening hours of Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm.

In the interests of everyone’s safety, please remember to:

  • Enter via the entry door, and exit via the exit door (oneway traffic)
  • Sanitise your hands upon entry, and before you touch books and equipment
  • Keep your distance from others when seated or waiting for the printer/copier.
  • Wipe down the printer/copier surfaces you touched using the wipes provided.
  • Leave furniture where it is.

Games and equipment are not available for borrowing until further notice.

IT chargers and laptops are now available from the IT Support Office.

Need help? Email the Library

Which Library resources can be accessed remotely?

Here's a quick summary:

  • eBooks - ePlatform mainly for fiction and general interest and Gale eBooks for reference works/texts
  • databases - a wide range of subject related databases with fulltext access to articles, chapters, images, video and audio. Includes access to databases such as Britannica School and A to Z World Culture
  • newspapers - fulltext access to Australian newspaper coverage, current and archived, and resources for media issues analysis
  • ClickView - video library of purpose made curriculum aligned content, as well as content that's been broadcast on TV - movies, documentaries, current affairs and series

Explore the whole Library website for other resources which pull together a variety of content from different sources, e.g. the VCE Resources page and Subject Guides. If you can't find what you are after, please get in touch!