With little rainfall, desert environments provide hostile living conditions for plants and animals.
Ever wondered how Australia became so diverse and multicultural? Dive into the history of immigration and discover heart warming stories who have left their past to start a new life in Australia featured in this collection.
Ruled by emperors and largely unheard of empresses, Ancient Rome was an era of excess - spanning from the Mediterranean in 27 BC to the Middle East until 1453.
Find the science behind extreme weather and climate through various videos in this collection suitable for primary and secondary students.
This collection about democracy features videos and clips that support the teaching of history to both primary and secondary students as part of the Australian curriculum.
Ever wondered what it would be like to survive in the bush? The First Nations people use many methods of finding, collecting and processing food in diverse conditions and environment. Discover how they obtain, process and use their food resources in this collection.
It is often easy to loose track and forget what is around you. Practising mindfulness can help you to cope with everyday life and deal with tough times. This collection discovers what mindfulness is and showcases the positive effects of looking after yourself, self-esteem and mind.
Before everybody had GPS devices on hand, the art of mapping was most important for Middle Ages explorers being sent off to discover the "new world" by most monarchs across Europe. Students can explore the art of mapping and topography themselves in this collection.
The concentration of Turkish power was a force to be reckoned with in southern Europe through to North Africa from the 14th to early 20th centuries.
Before ABBA and IKEA, the people of Scandinavia were making their mark on Europe in a very different way. The Vikings were a seafaring people that created themselves a lasting legacy for daring sea exploration, tactical warfare and intelligent trade from the 8th through to the 11th centuries.