"Explore our digital image pool. Dive in and see the story of Victoria's history brought to life in almost 200,000 (and growing) amazing historical images. All images in this search pool are out of copyright or available to be used. "
"This collection of lessons and web resources is aimed at classroom teachers, their students, and students' families. Most of these resources come from the National Science Digital Library (NSDL). NSDL is the National Science Foundation's online library of resources for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education."
"Enhance your lessons with our collection of free physics resources. You can find resources on topics such as energy, space, forces and motion, waves and more."
"We provide classroom teachers with FREE educational videos designed to promote critical thinking skills and respectful debate among students. Our teaching units include a variety of teacher resources, with full teacher's guides that include free worksheets, lesson ideas, discussion questions, and more. We also offer free daily Current Events articles which include discussion questions and vocabulary words."
"RiAus is Australia’s national science channel, promoting public awareness and understanding of science. At RiAus we make science fun, inspiring and accessible for all Australians. RiAus produces thought-provoking and entertaining events, broadcasts and publications as well as education and teacher support programs for people with little or no scientific background. RiAus – discover the wonders of science."
"The WhatWasThere project was inspired by the realization that we could leverage technology and the connections it facilitates to provide a new human experience of time and space – a virtual time machine of sorts that allows users to navigate familiar streets as they appeared in the past.
The premise is simple: provide a platform where anyone can easily upload a photograph with two straightforward tags to provide context: Location and Year. If enough people upload enough photographs in enough places, together we will weave together a photographic history of the world (or at least any place covered by Google Maps). So wherever you are in the world, take a moment to upload a photograph and contribute to history!"
"Founded in 2006, the Global Oneness Project offers free multicultural stories and accompanying lesson plans for high school and college classrooms. Our award-winning collection of films, photo essays, and articles explore cultural, social, and environmental issues with a humanistic lens."