“The National Digital Learning Resources Network (NDLRN) is a technical infrastructure that connects Australian schools to enable the distribution and sharing of digital resources through education portals. The Network is the outcome of initiatives of the Australian Government and the state and territory governments.
The digital student resources and teacher support materials are aligned to the Australian, state and territory curriculums and are available through state and territory education portals and the national portal Scootle. All resources are provided free of charge to all Australian teachers and students” (http://www.ndlrn.edu.au/default.asp?id=1691).
There are resources for English, History, Science, Mathematics and Sustainability. However, in order to view the resources you will be prompted to select the digital repository you have access to, for example Scootle, TaLe, The Learning Place, Ultranet or WestOne. For South Australian teachers you will need to use your Scootle log in. If you do not have a log in you can create one for free. Just ask your teacher librarian or your Principal.