English & History
Remember. . . We have extra books in the Multimedia Room.
History & Global Studies
- The Atlantic – Covers a range of global issues.
- Australian Dictionary of Biography – Australian significant in history.
- Australian War Memorial – About Australians and war.
- The Conversation – Range of issues discussed from an Australian viewpoint.
- Early Empires – Mongol, Mali and Inka (Inca) empires (1200-1500)
- Europeana – Maps, artworks, photos from European museums and galleries.
- Google Cultural Institute – Wonders of the world, historic buildings and sites.
- History Skills – Covers Ancient and Modern History, and provides resources for essay writing and referencing specific to History as a subject.
- History Today – Covers all eras and geographical regions including traditional narratives and current research.
- Khan Academy – Free online courses about U.S. and world history.
- National Archives of Australia – Documents and some posters, films, sound recordings, photos and more.
- Online Etymology Dictionary – What words meant and how they sounded in the past.
- Open Textbook Library – Six texts: Canadian, U.S. and world history.
- Trove – Australian newspapers (1803-1950), photographs, artworks and much more from National Library.
- U.S. History Textbooks – Two freely available.
- UQL Free Resources for Secondary Students – About ancient history.
- UQL Free Resources for Secondary Students – About data and statistics for Australia and other countries.
- UQL Free Resources for Secondary Students – About modern history
- Vatican Digital Library – Manuscripts and incunabula.
- Winston Churchill Archive – Primary source material produced from 1874-1965.
- World Literature 1: Beginnings to 1650 – From Middle East, Greece, China, India, Rome.
Theory of Knowledge
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