Digital learning resources
NFSA Digital Learning combines the former Screen Australia Digital Learning websites and NFSA’s online education resources. These content rich education websites feature thousands of video and audio clips available for streaming and downloading.
A database of almost 400 clips matched with print-friendly two-page resource sheets. Includes background information, engaging student research and classroom activities.
Over 1,000 clips on australianscreen are searchable by curriculum categories and have teachers notes developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation.
Paints a compelling portrait of the people, history, culture and place of the Yolngu people. A study guide which supports this website is available from Metro Magazine
Search film excerpts via people, place and decade.
Treasures from Australia’s National Heritage List.
These video clips show everyday Australians at work in a variety of contexts.
An hilarious and helpful look at body image for modern girls and guys.
Interactive journey following Australian trains through time and place.
A selective history of broadcast media in Australia.
Darwin’s historic Beagle voyage featuring interactive learning activities.
The vital role of ceremony in the Yolngu culture.
Follow Australian secondary students as they interview leading decision makers and investigate the issues that matter.
Access a wealth of performing and visual arts resources.
Join cartoonist Warren Brown as he discovers national treasures that bring Australian history to life.
Engage students in the world of documentary storytelling.
Extraordinary Australians talk about their lives.
A gateway to the Pacific region. Features a teacher guide and interactive map.
Three powerful stories of nation building – the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Kalgoorlie Pipeline and the Overland Telegraph.
The Mabo legal case and the important issues it raises.
Explores one of the greatest explorers of all time.
Provides a history of documentary making at Film Australia.