This site is an online resource that opens up untold stories of the First World War and shows the tragedy that shaped Europe from different sides of the conflict. Contains rare documents, film and personal papers ...
This site is maintained in conjunction with the Center For World Indigenous Studies' (CWIS) Indigenous Studies WWW Virtual Library -- which contains links to General Indigenous Studies Resources, as well as resources Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Central & South America, Europe, and the Pacific. In addition, see archived former CWIS site. See also the excellent Circumpolar Peoples WWW Virtual Library formerly maintained by the late Dr Eberhard Wenzel, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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The Internet guide to Aboriginal Studies includes links to Indigenous News Online, Koori Web Resources and Australian Native Title.
As with any skill, research takes practice. The more students search, the better they will become at finding what they need online. I use A Google a Day to “gamify” research in my classroom. After I present tips for searching smarter, I want students to have ample opportunities to practice those
The graphic below provides a good mapping of the mobile learning landscape. It features some interesting stats and digital habits that make out of the on the go learning a powerful learning brand that is expected to reign in the near future.
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I like the critique of this infographic: providing food for though and action? How do we design an infographic that represents as well the millennialials who don't have access to this technology to become digitally adept and those who don't care beyond their ego-driven world.
The GTAV is the peak organisation in Victoria, Australia providing support for geographical educators. It offers high quality professional learning programs, produces award-winning resources and keeps its members aware of contemporary issues.
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