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Last Updated: Mar 23, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the library's Education quide! This guide provides you with links to websites and electronic resources that may be helpful to your research. It also has information on finding recommended readings, researching your assignment, and referencing.


    New Resource: Food 4 Thought

    Food 4 Thought 

    Food 4 Thought is a new, free education resource for Australian Curriculum Year 9 Geography Unit 1: Biomes and food security, developed in partnership with Oxfam Australia and the Geography Teachers’ Association of Victoria. In NSW, it helps students achieve outcomes relating to HSIE Geography Stage 5 Sustainable Biomes.

    The online student-centred learning sequence uses an interactive inquiry-based approach where students will gain knowledge on social justice issues that relate to the global food system. The resource can be found online at:-


      Why can't I just Google?

    Why can't I just Google?

    Video by La Trobe University Library


    Spotlight on Education Resources



    EdITLib is a Digital Library for Education and Information Technology. EdITLib features peer-reviewed and published international journal articles and proceedings papers on the latest research, developments, and applications related to all aspects of Educational Technology and E-Learning

    Google Scholar

    Google Scholar

    Link to articles held by Macquarie Library as well as other literature.
    Off-campus: The 'Article Linker' needs to be set up by you:
    Settings > 'Library Links' (left hand column) > Search for Macquarie University Library.

    Apps for Education

    • Software Smoothie, Felt Board - Mother Goose on the Loose
      Felt Board - Mother Goose on the Loose is a nursery rhyme flannel board app designed for young children to use together with parents and caregivers. Children can move felt pieces, sing, and tap along with popular nursery rhymes and songs.

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