|Resource||Description||Remote Access Instructions||Further Tips|
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On ClickView's login page, you will need to enter your Lowther Hall email address, then click 'Next'. Then enter your usual Lowther Hall username and password.
Fiona's Tips for Teaching Remotely with ClickView
|Encyclopedia Britannica Online School Edition is a great starting point for reputable information on a vast array of topics. Three different reading levels provide the ability to easily differentiate within the classroom, from K to 12.||Access via Off-Site Password (see Password document).|
We subscribe to a range of different databases from Ebsco Host. The eBook Collection, High School Collection and K-8 Collection provide a vast collection of non-fiction eBooks, appropriate to different reading levels, that supplement our print collection. The Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre provides access to articles, while the Education Collection provides pedagogical material.
All eBooks are also searchable via our catalogue.
|Access via Off-Site Password (see Password document).||
Fiona's tips on Remotely Sourcing Non-Fiction Materials for Students using Ebsco
|Search our Library Catalogue via the WorldCat Discovery interface.||
If you get a pop up saying 'Authentication Required', then click 'Continue as Guest' to proceed. No login required.
|When in Remote Learning, use the facets on the left side of your search results, to filter to only show eBooks and other digital resources.|
|Issues in Society is a series of publications that focus on topical, social issues and can be used as a cross-curricular resource.They are thoroughly researched compilations of the latest news, facts, statistics and commentary from trusted sources. Many titles cover a range of opinions on controversial topics, providing the perfect platform to provoke debate, stimulate critical analysis and encourage further research. Twelve new titles are released each year and are available to use both as physical books and as digital PDF.||Access via Off-Site Password (see Password document).|
|The Age is a Melbourne-based daily newspaper, owned by Nine Entertainment Co. and Fairfax Media.||Full access via Off-Site Password (see Password document).||To access full Digital Editions of The Age, you will need to login, then click 'Menu' (top, left), scroll down to 'Premium', then click 'Today's paper'. You can then view back issues from the past 6 months.|
|The Herald Sun is a Melbourne-based daily newspaper, owned by News Corp Australia.||Staff only access via Off-Site Password (see Password document).||To access full Digital Editions of The Herald Sun, you will need to login, then click 'Read the Paper' (in the top menu bar), a new window will open and you need to click 'Read Now'. You can then view back issues from the past 6 months.|
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