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Welcome to the McAuley Resource Centre

MRC Hours:

Monday - Thursday            8.15am - 4.30pm

Friday                                 8.15am - 3.30pm 

(MRC closed Wednesday at recess for staff briefing)

Loan periods:

Non-fiction: 2 weeks

Fiction:       4 weeks

DVDs:        1 week

 

Contact MRC staff:

Mrs Anne Chowne
Head of McAuley Resource Centre

Ms Judith Love
Teacher Librarian (Friday only)

Ms Susan Neill
Librarian

Ms Fabiola Salvo
AV Technician

 

 

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Discover "The Wonder of the Day" and other amazing facts you have always wanted to know.

Copyright

Copyright Agency Limited: Rights Portal: Copyright information for businesses, schools, religious associations and governemnt.

Smartcopying: The Official Guide to Copyright for Australian Schools and TAFE

Resources available explaining the doctrine of Fair Use.

Creative Commons: Find content you can share and reuse. Remember to click on the link to ensure the work is covered by the Creative Commons licence.

Slideshow created by Education Services Australia: OER and Creative Commons

What teachers need to know about the new Creative Commons licences

      

    Online Databases

    Use our online databases to find information that is relevant and reliable:

    Use this to locate web sites that have been reviewed by experts.

    The World Book Encyclopedia Online provides a wealth of information on practically every topic you could think of.


    Use Newscan to help you choose an issue in the news and then read about the issue and locate articles.

        
       

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      Links to many subjects and topics being studied by secondary students across the country.

      University of Queensland Library Free Online Resources for Secondary Schools

      Check out what's on offer at Yarra Libraries. As well as information the libraries offer a great range of free programs and events in which you can participate.



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        e-Books

        Download e-Books from the following online platforms.

         

        Rage Book Club


        Come along to the Fiction Library at lunchtime on Mondays and join in the fun. Activities include:

          • Book discussions
          • Book selection
          • Listening to guest speakers
          • Attending events at the Centre for Youth Literature
          • Attending the Melbourne Writers' Festival
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