An innovative home page created by 13 year old St Edmund's College student Rohan McCarthy. definitely worth a look!
The Australian National Dictionary Centre was established in 1988 with the twin purposes of conducting research into
Australian English and providing Oxford University Press with editorial expertise for their range of Australian dictionaries. It is
jointly funded by the Australian National University and Oxford University Press Australia.
Teachers - check out The Schools Dictionary Project.
Links, pics and great resource on military and civilian aviation related matters.
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The BISA World Wide Web site, an initiative of the British High Commission, Canberra, aims to provide Australians with access to comprehensive information about Britain in order to help deeper understanding between Britain and Australia.We have attempted to answer the questions most frequently asked in Australia about Britain and provide up-to-date government comment on current events where Britain has a role to play..
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The Project Aims to: Career Education Across the Curriculum K-12. A resource for teachers, with a local West Australian focus.
This site is dedicated to reviews and discussion of education and home software. A must visit site, if you are interested in the best software to help students of all ages including CD-ROM encyclopedias or multimedia.
Check out their 120+ reviews plus shareware, Top 10 latest & greatest plus old favourites.
And Alan's page: Software reviews written by kids, plus shareware.
An excellent site giving valuable contacts with support information for emergencies as well as a very good section on how to prevent accidents.
Word of advice - if you have an emergency turn off the image option or you might be to late!
Gulliver's Services include Production consultancy and management, Film and Videotape Cinematography and Production of Wildlife documentaries, Educational and Environmental programs.
Gulliver's Stock Footage Library Samples. Gulliver has an extensive library including:
Quality Australian Wildlife
Wide selection of Australian Locations
Great Animal Behavior
This fabulous guide is a must for students from year 10 on. It addresses a wide range of issues and advice - although aimed to a degree at students attending Griffith Univeristy in Queensland it is great advice for any school leaver wanting to go on to Uni.
IDP Education Australia (IDP) is Australia's leading independent, international education organisation. Established in 1969 by Australia's universities as a not-for profit company, IDP provides assistance to education systems overseas, promotes the use of Australian education expertise and facilitates the enrolment of international students in Australia.
Macarthur Community College is dedicated to offering as wide a range of courses for adults as possible. The college conductscourses at Liverpool, Elderslie, Ingleburn, Campbelltown, Picton, Fairfield and St. John's Park. The college is a communitybased non-profit organisation sponsored by the NSW Government to provide open access for all adults (15 years or overexcept where the course is specifically aimed at school students) to a wide range of educational opportunities utilising thefacilities of local schools. It offers short courses which may enhance your work skills or add to your personal skills andinterests
A small but developing site that explores biological diversity and environmental issues from an Australian perspective.
I have no idea how these pages perform when accessed from the other side of the world, but I believe we are on a fairly slow link. If it's slow then have patience :) I've made the main page mostly text based and I've attempted to keep all the pages fairly simple (no Java or tables, for example). Bear in mind that the county pages are heavily picture orientated - you might like to turn off image downloading if the link is particularly slow.
NETfriends is here to help people find penfriends through email. It's open to anyone of any age, the more the merrier. Penfriends can be sought by age group. An excellent idea.. especially for students.
This web site is dedicated to informing the community about gifted children. It aims to improve understanding of their importance to our educational system and to our society at large. The web site is a resource to assist parents, teachers and other care-givers. Information is provided on gifted and talented children in general, and on the Association's goals, journal, and membership. The site also provides links to other gifted and talented resource pages.
This literary project is a labour of love - they have no affiliation with any corporation or institution. Their aim is to promote Australian books and writers. They hope to foster, through Australian Literature, a better understanding of Australia and its diversity of people, both within Australia and Overseas..
The Petroleum Club of Western Australia's Schools Information Program is in its sixth year of working with students in year ten. Over the period of one school term professionals from the petroleum industry give the students six classroom presentations and take them on a field trip to petroleum industry sites in Perth in order to inform them of the industry's operations. At the same time, the students form teams and conduct an evaluative research project about the petroleum industry..
The Queensland Open Learning Network (QOLN) empowers individuals and organisations to access and provide education and training opportunities. The Network consists of over 40 Open Learning Centres throughout Queensland. The Centres allow thousands of Queenslanders throughout the state to participate in an extensive range of higher education, continuing education, and other education and training programs.
The Roulettes are the Royal Australian Air Forces' aerobatic team. The team is
actually a part of the Central Flying School (C.F.S.) which operates out of RAAF East
Sale and is responsible for the training of all of the RAAF's flight instructers.
Site includes some great pictures.
Our mission is to foster a Christ-centred school community which, through the co-operation of staff, students and their families, provides for students from across the community spectrum, a quality education which values respect for the individual, a commitment to excellence in all endeavours and the desire to develop one's God-given abilities.The Redlands College World Wide Web site will be regularly updated. Additional contributions by staff and students of the College will be added in the near future. Please visit soon.
RMIT was established as the Working Men's College in 1887, and is now the largest multi-level University in Australia. The RMIT TAFE Sector provides vocational education and training programs and services within the state, national and international training market, and offers courses from apprenticeships and certificate courses through to associate diplomas.
RMIT differentiates itself by the quality and relevance of its programs, links with Higher Education and by its capacity to anticipate and respond to industry's needs. In 1994, 14,043 students were enrolled, with a total of 5,514,480 student contact hours.
This Science teacher's resource has an excellent series of links. Perhaps the most important being the Events Calendar. Information mainly valid for Victoria.
This art gallery is located near the Melbourne CBD. There are some great artworks and the presentation style is cool.
A lot of hard work has gone into this page, I recomend it to anyone who wishes to find out more about their family history.
A resource for anyone wanting to find out the what, where, when and why of storytelling for all ages in Australia.
Excellent site aimed at students in NSW looking to the future and careers.
The Australian Museum Web site is an online guide to the museum and a reference site for other museum and science sites around the world. Here you will find information on the museum's current program of events. You can virtually stroll through the current public exhibitions and find out more about what is happening at the Australian Museum. For more information try.
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