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Key resources

Online Reference Generator for APA style.
Harvard should only be used by continuing IB students. The preferred style at CGGS is APA. Please ask a Teacher Librarian or visit the Library's Canvas page for login and password details.


Do you need login or password details?
These can be found on the Library's 
Canvas page.

Books

Here are some of the books in the Library collection on Science topics.  Find more by searching the Oliver Catalogue.

Science Research search engines

The best and worst science news sites - "How do I know if a news story is fake?"

Pictures

 

Canberra Girls Grammar students with Nobel Prize winner Brian Schmidt at the opening of a science wing at the school in 2012. (Canberra Times).

Space Weather effects on Earth's Climate

Resources

To begin your literature review start with broad summaries on Space Weather. The Gale Virtual Reference Service, Science online have excellent online resources. Or use the library catalogue to search for introductory books. TWIG has a good introductory program on the sun and its connection to Earth's weather.

Use keywords such as 'space weather' or 'sun'.

Check online journals such as Cosmos.

Use the links in the boxes on the right hand side of the page to access online databases such as Academic Onefile and JSTOR through the National Library and scientific websites.

Audiovisual material - Space weather

ClickView

See below for a playlist of videos about space weather and a link to the Astronomy folder of our ClickView Library. You can also search ClickView Online using your own keywords.

Remember to take note of the year of production when using information found in these videos.

Databases

These links take you to databases we subscribe to.  Some may need a login and password.  These can be found on our Canvas page

STEM portal

The STARportal is a new national database that matches students with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities available in their local region.  It allows students, teachers and parents to go online and connect with STEM events such as workshops, educational programs and online competitions.  The Government has invested over $275,000 in the STARportal, which was developed by the Office of the Chief Scientist and Engineers Australia and was backed by some of Australia’s largest employers.  

Websites

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