Services for secondary schools

Borrow books with a community membership. Secondary school students can borrow books from our libraries as a community member ($25 per year). Find out more about our services for the community and get a membership.

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Services for teaching staff

Open education resources We can help you find Open Educational Resources , including multimedia, photographic, or audiovisual objects for your …

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Managing your reading list

For more information, see the Library’s Open Education Resources guide or contact your Liaison Librarian. Questions? Please contact [email protected] for help using Talis, reading lists or adding resources. Your liaison librarian can assist with Open Education Resources and other resources you’d like to use in your reading

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Learn.UQ (Blackboard) help

Learn.UQ is the Learning Management System for most UQ courses. Learn.UQ help for UQ Staff is available from the UQ eLearning website. Go to Learn.UQ. Report Technical Problems with eLearning Systems. Getting started. Your courses.

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Evidence-based practice

Evidence-based practice overview. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is used across health disciplines. It also extends beyond health into areas such as education. The use of evidence-based practice (EBP) ensures clinical practice is based on sound evidence and patients benefit as a result. Source: The role and purpose of evidence-based practice.

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3D Modelling tools

Autodesk offers a family of products for every type of 3D design you can think of. Their offerings include products like AutoCAD, Fusion 360, Inventor, Recap Pro and Revit. We recommend Meshmixer, an intuitive tool for 3D model sculpting, cleaning and designing. A browser based 3D modelling tool from Autodesk.

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Find journal articles

Australian Journal of Education, 59(1), 22-34. Go to Library Search; Enter the article title - "Children with reading problems: Missed opportunities to make a difference" Verify that the result is the correct Journal, author, year, volume, page number etc; Click on the title to …

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Midwifery and education students are expected to use ePortfolio to document their educational journey and reflect on their professional experiences. At the same time, both cohorts of students work with groups of people where confidentiality is paramount.

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Special collections

The University of Queensland Archives. As the repository of the permanent records of UQ from 1909 to the present day, the Archives holds significant collections of minutes, administrative files, photographs and more which are essential materials for anyone researching the history of higher education in Queensland.

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Teaching digital skills in your course

These skills are increasingly critical for individuals' participation in the workforce (Australian Government - Department of Education, Skills and Employment, 2020). The Library seeks to support academics to develop their student's digital literacy by offering the Digital Essentials suite of modules. The modules cover different digital

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Australian literary studies

Education - the greatest gift of all. The Rae and George Hammer Memorial Visiting Research Fellowship provides up to $2,500 a year for Honours, Masters and PhD students from Universities outside of Brisbane to use the collections held in The University of Queensland’s Fryer Library. Applications are now open and they close on the 24 February

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University of Queensland Archives

University of Queensland Archives. The University of Queensland Archives operates as the institutional repository for university records having legal, …

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Artificial Intelligence

Aims and objectives. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a term used widely in various topics. This module will provide an introduction into what AI is, the different types, the implications of AI, what research is being done at UQ and how students can learn about or get involved with AI.

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Library as a Dynamic Learning Place and Space (revised

Library as a Dynamic Learning Place and Space (revised version: key points) Karen Bonanno Founder & Managing Director © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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Indigenous Voices of Queensland

Indigenous Voices of Queensland is an online resource created to improve public access to audio recordings, held in the Fryer Library, of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people speaking Indigenous languages of Queensland. The project aims to make the recordings as openly available as possible so they can be used to assist communities with

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DET PowerPoint Presentation template

It can be used to promote changes affecting education, send friendly reminders to parents and also promote local and national events. School libraries play a significant and important part of the school environment and have a vast array of exciting and interesting information that can be used as content on the school page. Special themed

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Copyright for Teaching Quick Guide

•The quantities are the same as may be supplied in hard copy form, but the amounts are not cumulative – i.e. the quantities are the total amount that may

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Exporting from databases

Most databases provide direct export to EndNote. The database will format the references in one of several standard formats. Select the references you would like to export. Choose Export, Download or a similar option. Select Export format: Endnote or RIS if required. Export All Available Information. Click OK.

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Stories of Queensland homefront during the Second World

Listen to interviews with Queenslanders, recorded between 1987-1990, discussing the Second World War. Access over 60 wartime oral histories on UQ eSpace. Hear memories and stories about rationing, the fear of invasion, tension between US and Australian soldiers, nursing, internment, working conditions and unemployment.

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In an artist’s studio

In an artist’s studio. 18 December 2018. Daphne Mayo (1895-1982) was a superlative Australian sculptor and artist from Brisbane. Her notable works include the Tympanium for the Brisbane City Hall; the East Bronze Doors, the Public Library of New South Wales; and the Queensland Women’s War Memorial, as well as numerous small sculptures …

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A post-war Grand Tour: Queensland architect Jim Leven at

An American education. Black Mountain College was a progressive college, founded in 1933 by John A Rice, 'a brilliant and mercurial scholar' who was influenced by the ideas of the American philosopher John Dewey. Concurrently with Adolf Hitler's rise to power, comparable initiatives in Germany were being obstructed and their proponents persecuted.

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Identifier Title Level of Extent Scope and Content Date

S0024 Education Committee Agenda Book Series 3 cm Education Committee Agenda Book (green bound volume red label with gold lettering) 1 June 1915-3 May 1921 S0025 Standing Committee of the Board of Faculties/ Professorial Board minutes Series 2 cm Minutes of Meetings of the Standing Committee of the Board of Faculties, and from 1937 the

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Searching databases using EndNote

Clumsy system for selecting references to include in library. If you wish to use EndNote's system for searching databases, information can be found in the online manual. Exporting from databases. Exporting from Library Search. Configure Mac to import to EndNote. Importing PDF files and folders. Finding full text.

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JK Murray Library transformed

The JK Murray Library is named in honour of Sir Jack Keith Murray, who was a colonial administrator in Papua New Guinea, a soldier who served in France in the First World War, and principal of the Queensland Agricultural High School and College at Gatton from 1923. Under his direction, the campus became the centre of rural education in Queensland.

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EndNote referencing software

Quit EndNote and Word. Open Finder and go to the Applications folder. Highlight the Microsoft Word app file by clicking on it once. Note: You do not need to launch Word, just highlight it. Go to the File menu at the top of your screen and choose Get Info. Under General, check the option for Open using Rosetta.

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Creative Writing Fellowship

David Burton is an award-winning writer from Brisbane, Queensland. He is the playwright of over thirty professionally produced theatrical works, including several pieces for the youth and education sector. He continues to write theatre-in-education touring pieces of the Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe.

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Adobe Acrobat X Pro Forms

1. Click on Investors in Education field 2. Press delete 3. Repeat for Time field 4. Right click on Class Registration Form field 5. Select delete Form Field Properties The properties displayed when working with form fields will vary between field types but the following are examples of the types you could see: General – Name, Tooltip, Common

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Environmental sciences

Dr Ashley Haywood is the recipient of the Library’s Creative Writing Fellowship for 2018. The Creative Writing Fellowship provides an emerging Australian author with the opportunity to develop a new work of creative writing, drawing on the special collections of The University of Queensland's Fryer Library as inspiration for a novel, play, collection of short stories, book of …

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thanks Echo Education Services for their generous sponsorship of the venue for today’s Seminar. Social media and the promotion of school libraries. 8.30am - 8.50am Registration and refreshments 8.50am - 9.00am Julie Oates Manager, UQL Cyberschool Welcome and introduction SESSION 1

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2018 Fryer Fellow

2018 Fryer Fellow. 21 May 2018. We are pleased to announce that the Fryer Fellow for 2018 is Associate Professor Susan Davis, Deputy Dean Research in the School of Education and the Arts at Central Queensland University (Sunshine Coast Region). Associate Professor Susan Davis.

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