The Children Came Back: New song celebrates Indigenous heroism ahead of NAIDOC

A social commentary song released Friday ahead of NAIDOC, which tributes musician great Archie Roach AM’s They Took the Children Away, celebrates the strength of Australia’s First Peoples.

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22 maps and charts that will surprise you

These 22 charts and maps all told me something I found surprising. Some of them genuinely changed the way I think about the world.

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46 Hidden Tips and Tricks to Use Google Search Like a Boss

46 Hidden Tips and Tricks to Use Google Search Like a Boss.

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Watch 1000 Years of European Borders Change In 3 Minutes

This time-lapse video has never been more relevant. As the eyes of the world are fixed on events in Ukraine and Crimea, its good to have a little perspective on the ever-changing flux of borders throughout time. Very cool!

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Why can’t I just Google? – YouTube

Information is everywhere! Its just so easy to Google and use something that looks relevant… so why cant you just Google?

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– 10 More Easy Tech Tools That Every Educator Should Have Started Using Yesterday, Pt. 2

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How To Become A Better Online Researcher

When we ‘research’ things now, we generally aren’t referring to spending time in a library – or even referring to spending time online accessing specific library or school research databases. The word ‘research’ largely refers to the act of typing words into your internet search bar and seeing what the Wise Old Web tells you. …

 

===> Hopefully you know this already, but a reminder never hurts: Give credit where credit is due. <===

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