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The Library has a digital subscription to 'The West' newspaper.  You can read today's paper online as well as research past papers for articles on specific subjects. 

Print Newspapers in the Library

The Australian and The West- Daily

Saturday West and the Weekend Australian.

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History Mysteries

Check out History Mysteries via 'Library Links' on the School Moodle page. Username and password details are listed there. 



    Online Resources at Mt Lawley SHS

     Online Resources (Library subscription) must all be accessed via the school Moodle page. Log into the school Moodle page and go to Library ---> Library Links.

    Online Reference Generator

    Online Referencing Generator

    Use this tool to help you create your bibiliography for your research. 


      New Internationalist


      Read Plus

      ReadPlus is a collection of selected books and films arranged under themes. Encourage a love of reading with books and film lists under themes, author sites, book marks, lesson plans and resources.

      Access Readplus via 'Library Links' on the school moodle page.




      Welcome to eStudies

      We have decided to publish this educational resource, now in its 20th year, in e-magazine format to make it more accessible to your students in the digital age. We are proud to have produced more than 200 classroom units to date which can be accessed at www.ryebuck.com.au/shop/studies-catalogue/

      The new format will enable your students to access video, interactive modules and research links on their own tablets and computers and thus make the learning experience richer and more interactive.

      You can access eStudies via 'Library Links' on the School Moodle page.


      Issues in Society

      Issues in Society

      A series of e-books on a variety of topical issues. Scroll down the list to find one relevant to your research topic, click on tthe title to open the e-book. Print versions are also available on the library shelves.


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        Issues magazine


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