AustLit is a primary resource for teachers and students of Australian literature, theatre, film, television, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies.
AustLit is an excellent resource for teachers and students, at primary or secondary schools or university. Use AustLit to explore the many ways Australians tell, retell, and think about stories. You can find biographical and bibliographical information about thousands of authors and works, and explore curated content relating to Australia's cultural history.
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The tiles below provide access to teaching resources grouped according to teaching level. You are also welcome to navigate via the menu on the left.
Read more about the value of AustLit to schools and what the database offers teachers. You can also see examples of how teachers use AustLit to inform lessons and in the classroom.
Explore the Additional Resources section which highlights exhibition and information trails, and full text items that further examine Australian storytelling history.
AustLit is an amazing resource for teachers and students. Explore some of the resources from the links at the left.
If you would like to discuss subscription options or establish a trial access period, please contact the AustLit team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AustLit is available by annual subscription. We are happy to enter into consortium arrangements and provide significant discounts for multiple schools subscribing. The AustLit team can also provide professional development services to teachers. Read more about Accessing AustLit.
For assistance navigating, searching and reading AustLit records, visit the Video Guides and Tutorials.
The Anthology of Criticism is designed to support the teaching of Australian literature at both secondary and tertiary levels. The Anthology contains 75 full text scholarly articles on authors and their works, and selective bibliographies on each included author to assist with the discovery of other relevant, authoritative, secondary material for teaching and study.
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