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National Library of Australia
Explore your National Collection with the National Library of Australia!
Through our education program students can discover just what it takes to run the largest library in the Southern Hemisphere as they explore the National Library of Australia’s role in Civics and Citizenship, information and visual literacy, writing, and culture.
Discover the Library’s Collection
The National Library of Australia’s Treasures Gallery is a treasure in more than name. Experience its ever-changing content, from maps by the earliest European explorers, to the UNESCO Memory of the World listed papers of Edward Koiki Mabo along with other marvels of Australia’s past.
Right beside the Treasures Gallery, our Exhibitions Gallery hosts in-depth and special displays which bring stories from our collections to life.
Bring the National Library to your students with the Digital Classroom. Filled with primary and secondary sources drawn from the Library’s rich collection, students have an opportunity to develop their historical inquiry and source analysis skills using important and unique historical material from Australia and around the world. The Digital Classroom includes resources for Year 3 through to Senior Secondary, aligned with learning areas across the Australian Curriculum.
Find out more at: nla.gov.au/digital-classroom
Trove is your key to Australia’s history, online. With a powerful search function Trove lets you delve into images, maps, government reports, millions of text-searchable newspaper pages and much more. Trove is the perfect companion to the Digital Classroom! Use them both to explore Australia’s digitised history with your students in your classroom, anywhere, anytime, for free!
Start exploring at: trove.nla.gov.au
Big experience, tiny fee
At just $5 per student, we offer one of the best value educational experiences in Canberra. Bookings are essential for all programs. For more information, go to: nla.gov.au/learning and checkout ‘school programs’ and ‘planning your visit.’