Copyright Agency has developed Reading Australia to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools and universities. These works are being supplemented with online teacher resources and essays about the enduring relevance of the works written by contemporary authors.
Copyright Agency’s Brian Johns celebrates Australia’s authors and their rightful place in our classrooms in this Fairfax opinion piece about Reading Australia: Our great stories need a place in the classroom
AustLit has created a series of curated information trails that provide context and supporting information relating to the included texts.
Click on the links at the left to access the trails. And explore other content on the Reading Australia site from each of them.
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