Australian and New Zealand Graduates Association of Malaysia
ANZGAM is an organization formed by a bunch of graduates who returned to Malaysia from Down Under way back in 1958.
Australian Academy of Music's product range is ever-increasing and they are undertaking many new ventures in 1995.
One such venture is the High School Rock Event.
This will run along a similar track to the Queensland Rock Awards and is aimed to encourage and develop contemporary music in Queensland.
The Australian Air League is youth organisation for males and females, 9 years of age and over. It exists to instruct young people in all of the various aspects of aviation and citizenship.
Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is the national centre for professional education and training in film, television and radio.
The aim of AFTRS is to recognise and develop new and emerging talent and to provide industry professionals with opportunities to gain additional skills and to assist them in their creative and professional development.
A must for all students seeking grants or financial support for studies after leaving school.
A few months ago, Stan Deyo started making analyses of sea surface temperature changes using OTIS (Optimum Thermal Interpolation System) images prepared twice daily by FNMOC* for the US Navy. He found a strong correlation between rapid temperature changes in the sea surfaces and the occurence of severe earthquakes, volcanoes and violent coastal storms at the same locations as the changes. Interesting project to research.
BushNet provides internet access for 11 schools located in Far Northern Queensland, Australia.
An increasing number of local schools are BushNet members and this is where you can visit them. Each of these schools has its own home page and invites you to come in for a look and share a bit of their activites.
Australasia's Higher Education Newspaper
Campus Review is the journal of record for Higher Education in Australia. The International Academic Job Market lists job vacancies for academics and is freely available to all visitors to this web site. Using Acrobat Reader software, which can be downloaded from this home page, all readers can access the Stop Press page and subscribers can download an electronic version of this week's edition.
Department of Economics was founded 1960, They conduct research into theoretical and applied problems of econornic development, and international economics, with special reference to the countries of Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, the Southwest Pacific and South Asia.
The Department's interests include the economic relations of these countries with Australia. The Department currently has active interests in analysis of macroeconomic stability, agriculture, industrialisation, the role of the State, the environment and development, and international trade and investment.
The Dolphin Within Society is an Australian non-profit organisation researching the healing power of dolphins on people. As part of our research we organise trips for small groups of people on our boat, Sirius, for two-day interactions with dolphins in the wild. Our research, which is unique in the world, is showing that being with dolphins can put people into more relaxed and creative states of consciousness, as measured with our EEG or brainwave machine.
The "Down Under Disneyana" site is the Australian fan club for anyone with a love of Disney. The site contains the latest Disney news, Disneyana meeting information, Disneyana classifieds, how to join information, and "The Ultimate Disney Links" page. This includes links to the best source of Disney information on the Web. If you love Disney, you'll love this site.
Information about the City of Fremantle (includes dog ownership!) and the historic area of East Fremantle. Nice link to West Australian webs sites.
GLOBE stands for Global Learning Observations to Benefit the Environment.
Participating students, teachers and scientists can all take part.
A Memorandum of Understanding between the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories agrees to the participation of up to 30 Australian primary and secondary schools in a project in an estimated twenty two countries around the world for a period of 5 years.
Activities will focus on the fields of atmosphere and climate studies, hydrology and water chemistry and biology and geology.
This "environmentally correct" publication produced by Paul Rigby and Peter Young has a wide range of interesting ecotourist related info. Includes, news releases, travel and earthy stories including a Kinky Kangaroo. Some good school project material here.
An Australian electronic book by Brian Bergin. Has an interesting vision for Australia in which you can play a part.
This site was compiled to help teachers navigate the first few sessions through the Internet, and to provide them with a list of web sites and contacts.
Links to all the employment related webs on the Austrealian Internet. Great for job seekers.
Resources for students and teachers of Australian, US and British politics. This site also provides VCE politics, resources and related Media links.
Page listing reference information available to people studying genealogy or researching their family tree, from Maryborough, one of the two original entry ports for free migrants entering Australia.
This unique dictionary of terms being used by students of all ages "in the playground" is being built "on-line" by students who are welcome to add to the growing number of strange but used K*I*D*S talk.
Australia's first Museum dedicated to dinosaurs and prehistoric animals. The museum contains the largest collection of dinosaur material on permanent display in Australia. Featuring 10 replica skeletons, reconstructions, original and cast fossil material and displays on mammals and human evolution. Incorporating a museum shop and Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery. Situated at Gold Creek Village, Gungahlin, 10 klms from the centre of Canberra City, Australia's National Capital. The Museum is privately owned and funded.So take a step back in time, and come face to face with T-rex and his prehistoric pals at the National Dinosaur Museum.
Includes a large list of
Australian Electronic Technical Journals too many and varied to cover here.
Northern TAFE is a Technical and Further Education College in the North and North Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. They offer quality programs to overseas and local students. All six campuses have excellent facilities and student support services.
Open Learning Australia (OLA) is an innovative education venture offering all Australians, regardless of age, location or educational qualifications, the opportunity to study university and TAFE units leading to diplomas, degrees and other qualifications.
Open Learning Australia involves the collaboration of more than 20 Australian universities and TAFE colleges, many of which offer students pathways to some of their certificates, diplomas and degrees. OLA is also assisted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation which broadcasts, and in some instances produces, a range of television and radio programs that complement many OLA units.
Perfect Strangers has been set up as a site for arts and cultural work with, by, for or about Australian young people. .
As Pet ownership is a very important part of the Australian lifestyle, and over 66% of Australian families currently own a pet, this web site is devoted to Australians and their pets.
Historical material relating to Port Stephens NSW. Includes numerous links to source material within the Hunter region and Australia to further study the history of the area.
Excellent resource on Scouting in Australia, with a large number of related links.
Excellent resource on probability and maths.
Queensland University Advanced Centre for Earthquake Studies
QUAKES conducts coupled computational and observational dedicated to the resolution of outstanding questions in seismology.
The Centre incorporates The Seismic Simulation Project (SSP) whose goal is to develop numerical approaches to simulate geophysical phenomena such as seismic waves, fracturing, tectonic processes, friction, rock behavior and earthquakes.
The Philosophical Studies group at Deakin will in 1996 offer a Masters Degree by coursework in Philosophy for Children. This is a specialist degree designed to service the growing international movement for the study and teaching of philosophy, and the teaching of critical and creative thinking through the discipline of philosophy.
In conjunction with this internationally significant educational development, the Philosophical Studies group will maintain a Philosophy for Children Home Page, to bring Philosophy for Children to the World Wide Web, linking educational institutions involved in the international programme, broadening the community of inquiry, and providing access to World Wide Web philosophy resources.
Very well researched and presented web detailing the "hidden" cost to the community and the environment resulting from the Victorian State Government's
decision to change a central Melbourne park into a race track for the Australian Grand Prix .
Excellent site for school project material.
The Migration Museum, Open 7 days for family fun and entertainment.
Interesting site on small museum based in the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens.
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