To find books on a topic, a good start by doing a KEYWORD search on the library catalogue. Look for a title that is relevant, then scroll down to see the Subject Headings which you can click on to find more titles.
The following are relevant subject headings:
Limit your searches further by Modifying your search to limit to Fisher Curriculum Collection or Fisher Collection or the Koori Centre Library collection.
Library databases index the literature in the field. When searching a database break down your question into the main concepts and list search terms and synonyms and use these to search for your concepts. Not all records in the database will have full-text links, if the full-text is required consult the Library Catalogue; for more assistance ask or call the Fisher Information Desk ph 9351 2993.
Watch the library's short video on how to search databases effectively, it's called Search Smarter, Search Faster.
The folllowing database called A+ Education is a good database to start with as it is has regional Australian content.
Indigenous literacy materials for students learning to read and write.
These titles also showcase Australian Indigenous artists. Titles below are just a sample of the materials held in Fisher Library's specialist Curriculum Collection.
The Honey Ant Readers. The Library holds collections of Indigenous literacy material. Check thee Library catalogue to locate Honey Ant Readers currently available and Indij readers little and big fullas
View Honey Ant Teaching resources on the web.
Look up the and you will find videos of the stories such as .