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The Library has an excellent specialised collection of print resources that are designed to support Year 11 and 12 students with research and study.
The collection includes HSC study guides, textbooks, reference books, non-fiction, encyclopedias, primary and secondary sources.
Students are encouraged to join Blacktown Library or the NSW State Library to access online resources from school or home.
Book a personal tutorial with a Librarian if you would like help using the databases. Some of the Databases that are usful for HSC students include:
Printing and photocopying costs 10c per page for black and white, and 50c per page for colour. Students can use their ID card to register an account at the photocopier machine in the library and can print independently. All student work for photocoping should be saved as a PDF file and stored on a USB stick. Students may also ask Library staff to assist with prining at the circulation desk. Staff may loan students a USB stick for printing purposes if needed.
Students with study periods must be engaged in purposeful learning, reading, studying or quiet reflection. Students who are noisy or disengaged will be asked to go to the Learning Hub. Study carrels are provided for students on study periods and students are requested to give priority to classes when selecting a space to study. Students on study sessions must not be sitting with classes booked in the Library so others are not disturbed.
ClickView provides online streaming of films and documentaries legally and ethically using the Education screenrights licence. The school has purchased this subscription to ensure that students have access to high quality, add free HSC films and documentaries listed in the syllabus. Audio visual content is also available for research, extension and enrichment of the curriculum.
Students and staff may log on to their own personal ClickView accounts through ClickView Online using their school username, email and password.
State Library of NSW
The State Library of NSW is currently running a series of free workshops on using online resources: Smart research for HSC at the State Library of New South Wales. These sessions are great for Year 11 students who are studying subjects requiring lots of research such as Society & Culture, CAFS, Art, English and History students.
There's also a whole section of HSC guides available.
Become a member of Blacktown Library. HSC students can enjoy a place to relax, learn and connect in the study areas at Max Webber Library and other branch libraries!
-Safe place to study individually or in groups
-HSC resource collection for use in the library
-Online tutoring service – yourTutor
Nirimba Education Precinct
NIRIMBA FIELDS NSW 2763
Postal Address: Wyndham College
PO BOX 117
QUAKERS HILL NSW 2763
telephone 02 9208 7100
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