Languages and Literacy

Open Library collects details of published books. It also holds loanable copies of ebooks including some about or from Australia. It makes audiobooks available to print for disabled people.

First Languages Australia promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. The site contains educational resources including an interactive languages map.
Project Gutenberg is an online library of free eBooks. It largely contains books that are in the public domain. These have been digitised by volunteers.
Nyungar Wardan Katitjin Bidi is a Nyungar knowledge trail. It presents Aboriginal values and knowledge about living on the coast.
The Conversation publishes research-based news and analysis - a result of collaboration between academics and journalists. It aims to provide independent, transparent and high quality discussions.
The Auslan signbank is a language resource site for Auslan (Australian Sign Language). It includes an Auslan dictionary, medical and health signs, Auslan classes and videos.
SCSA's pages on the senior school WA curriculum is a helpful source of information for students studying for ATAR or WACE qualifications.
The SBS Cultural Atlas focuses on the cultural backgrounds of migrants to Australia. It is a useful educational tool and aims to promote cross-cultural understanding.
Noongar Boodjar has information and learning resources about the Noongar language and dialects, including resources and books on Noongar culture.
Khan Academy produces short video lessons, and includes practice exercises and materials for educators. All resources are free.
AIATSIS focuses on the history and heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The site includes resources, research and publications. It also has a section on Aboriginal family history.
Duolingo is a language-learning website and mobile app. Through bit-size lessons, it makes learning a language fun.