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Digital educational resources with teachers' notes are available on australianscreen, as well as specialist resources on Australian history, the First World War and more.
A promotional and educational resource featuring over 1000 audiovisual clips with teachers’ notes.
400 clips with teacher resources and classroom activities.
Australian history from hundreds of thousands of years ago to the 2000s.
Carriberrie is a 360° online experience celebrating Indigenous song and dance.
The Mabo legal case and the important issues it raises.
Extraordinary Australians talk about their lives.
Treasures from Australia’s National Heritage List.
Cartoonist Warren Brown brings Australian history to life.
Twelve objects used or adored by Australian prime ministers.
Original film footage, recorded interviews and print materials documenting the Anzac experience of the war.
See everyday Australians at work in a variety of contexts.
An online installation celebrating the Yolngu people.
A portrait of the history, culture and place of the Yolngu people.
Note: Twelve Canoes website will return in 2021
Preserving a record of the Djungguwan ceremony in north-east Arnhem Land for future generations.
A century of changes in broadcast technology, from newsreels to radio to TV to digital.
Profiles three Australian nation-building projects.
Interactive journey of Australian trains through time and place.
Engage students in the world of documentary storytelling.
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Free teachers' notes for Film Australia Collection titles.
A guide to Cold War radio broadcasts, newsreels, television series, documentaries and dramatisations.
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