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Learn how to be digitally creative by being an author or a filmmaker. Engage in virtual excursions to learn from scientists and explorers.

State Library of NSW

The State Library of NSW publishes curriculum-linked learning programs and resources promoting engagement, creativity and intellectual growth for students and teachers.

Calling all Harry Potter fans

Explore magical things with the Harry Potter Wizarding World!

I care for my environment

Virtual learning experiences from the Environmental and Zoo Education Centres.

Be incredible

DART Connections is where you can find online learning experiences offered by museums, galleries, research institutes and many more.

Hack your digital classroom

The latest issue of magazine.T4L will help you hack your digital classroom!

The school magazine

Published by the NSW Department of Education since 1916, The School Magazine contains stories, plays and poems for young readers.

Learning at the memorial

The Anzac memorial's suite of online remote programs are designed for flexible delivery either in class or at home.

250 years of James Cook

This year marks 250 years since Captain James Cook arrived in the Pacific. This resource is a product of research reflecting on what happened and how it shapes us today.

First contact in Kamay

Explore the eight days when the Gweagal people of Kamay Bay encountered Captain Cook and the HMS Endeavour.

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