Use the page tabs above to find relevant online and library resources or click on the links below:
|On the Shelves - books, DVDs and more
eResources - eBooks, eJournals, eVideos
Resources for Certificate 3:
Legal and ethical framework
Develop cultural competencies
Provide care for children
Personality and development theories
Healthy food and drink
Health and safety
Care for babies and toddlers
|Websites - specific to your topics
In the Media - news and newspapers
Positive and respectful relationships
Children at risk
Work with Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander People
|Resources for Diploma:
Provide experiences to support children's play
Work effectively with culturally diverse clients/coworkers
Nurture creativity in children
Develop workplace policy & procedures for sustainability
Embed sustainable practices in service operations
|Other Useful Subject Guides|
Clickview eVideos : 2000+ educational videos on a wide range of course related topics. Use your TAFE username and password.
After logging in, you can browse the subject collections, or search by title or keyword. You can view any program and create your own playlists for future viewing. If a teacher sends you a playlist, simply log in to watch the eVideo. You will also find a link to ClickView eVideos in your TAFE Student Portal > My Learning box > More > ClickView eVideo Collection. Please Sign out of ClickView when finished - use link under your name at top right of screen.
New online video
To watch a video, click on a title below and log in with your TAFE username and password.
This year's theme is Escape to Everywhere
Established in 1945, the Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) is a not for profit, volunteer run, organisation which aims to engage the community with literature for young Australians. The CBCA presents annual awards to books of literary merit, for outstanding contribution to Australian children's literature.
In 2015, the CBCA celebrated 70 years of enjoying and promoting the best of Australian literature for children and young people.
You can read many of the 2017 short-listed titles from your TAFE library - see box below.
Click below to see which library has a copy.
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