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SBSC Library: Resources - General


For teachers - Subject Guides are being developed to link you to library resources most relevant to your area of teaching.

Find journal articles, databases and other resources in your area of study under the Resources - General & Teaching tab above.


Search our Catalogue

Search Catalogue.

The College Library Catalogue enables staff and students to search the Library Collection. Our collection includes books, magazines and online resources.  To access, click on the Search Catalogue icon above.

From the State Library of Victoria: The main difference between searching the web and a library is that the web has lots of unsourced and misleading information.  Whilst the library has a smaller collection, these are from trusted sources.

Teaching and Learning Resources

Digital Tools

Create all your content, from flyers, resumes, banners, logos, and more with the all-in-one app for fast and easy content creation.

Why Do Educators Love Using Padlet?

Use Padlet to make beautiful boards to collect, organize, and present anything.

TIP: 'I can't draw' is a helpful new feature in Padlet.  See how to use it to create AI generated images.

Our Sporting World



ClickView is the leading video content resource for schools. This includes interactive videos.   

For teachers - see your library staff if you would like content added to ClickView. 

To access - click on the ClickView icon above.

New look ClickView platform


ClickView Help - find tutorials, resources and support.

Please contact library staff with requests for programs, login information or further assistance.

The Australian Curriculum

Australian Curriculum.


Scootle website.

  • Find quality assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.
  • Register using your college email address.

Databases & Online Services

A-Z Databases.

The Hive - SBSC ICT Support

The ICT Hive


AITSL Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Limited.

New Internationalist


Smartcopying website.

Creative Commons

Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organisation and a set of open licences which creators can use to make it easier to share their work.

There are 6 different Creative Commons licences:

  CC BY (attribution)

  CC BY-SA (attribution, share alike)

  CC BY-ND (attribution, no derivatives)

  CC BY-NC (attribution, non commercial)

  CC BY-NC-SA (attribution, non commercial, share alike)

  CC BY-NC-ND (attribution, non commercial, no derivatives)

You can learn more about Creative Commons and the licences on the Creative Commons website or watch the video below.

To search for works under Creative Commons licensing, visit CC Search:

Video - Creative Commons Kiwi