AUSSIE EDUCATOR

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Link-Checked & Updated Pages

The following groups of pages are checked more often as they are the core of what the site is about. Normally these will be checked no less than twice a year and fully updated once.

  • The Education menu.
  • The Teachers menu.
  • The Calendar pages. [Updated monthly].
  • The Conference pages. [Updated monthly].
  • The Competitions page. [Updated monthly].
  • Research Articles [via the Home page or Sitemap]. [Updated monthly].
  • Updates & Changes [via the Home page or Sitemap]. [Updated monthly].
  • News Headlines [via the Home page or Sitemap]. [Updated weekly].

We try to have all other pages checked as often as possible but look to fully update these once a year.

The date each page was last updated is indicated in the footer.

Font/Image Size Information

Rather than include a limited option to change font size, use one of the following methods. This allows you greater scope with font/image sizes.

Chrome -
Go to the Menu button at the top right corner ➟ Zoom ➟ Zoom In/Zoom Out using the - and + controls;

Edge -
click on the More Action icon [...] at the top right ➟ Zoom ➟ Zoom In/Zoom Out using the - and + controls;

FireFox -
Go to the Menu button at the top right corner ➟ Zoom ➟ Zoom In/Zoom Out using the - and + controls;

IE -
Go to View [on toolbar] ➟ Zoom ➟ Choose from the list provided;

Opera -
Click on Opera Icon [top left] ➟ Zoom ➟ Zoom In/Zoom Out using the - and + controls;

Safari -
View ➟ Zoom ➟ Zoom In/Zoom Out using the - and + controls [Alternately use Command with the - or + key;

UC Browser -
Settings ➟ Font & Layout ➟ Enable options 2 and 3 [Enhanced Layout & Force page to zoom] ➟ Drag the slider to adjust page size;

Alternately, you can change font size by holding down Control [Windows] and using the scroll wheel on the mouse, or by using the Command key [Mac] and either ‘+’ or ‘-’.

Tablets and smartphones allow the use of touch signals [e.g. pinch] to increase or decrease the size of print, etc.. See details for your specific device.

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Symbols Used

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  • Where the descriptor for a URL is enclosed in single inverted commas, it is a direct quote. Sometimes, additional descriptions are included by the webmasters.
  • Happy Times
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  • Email Link
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    [This link does not go to an actual email link.]
  • YouTube
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    [This link goes to the home page.]
  • New !
  • New Link. This link has been added at this update. The “New” indicator will remain for a short period of time after inclusion.
  • Updated !
  • Updated Link. This link has been updated and is no longer from the original site. The “Updated” indicator will remain for a short period of time after inclusion.

  • This page has been added to the site.
  • Updated !
  • This option, is now found in the Main Menu. It provides an “essentials” format. If you are printing a page using this link, you will find when using a Mozilla based browser, Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer 8+, Safari and Opera, the URL will be printed after each link title on the printed page. It does not with versions of Internet Explorer up to IE7.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following may contain images and voices of deceased persons.

  • This notification is provided on both pages and page sections where information is provided relating to or about Australian Indigenous people.

This page has been Archived.
It has been left for your use but no other links will be added.

  • This notice has been placed on all Archived pages. As indicated, the pages have been left for those who find them useful. However : no links will be added to them and they are no longer updated.

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