Explore these quality digital resources, including the Topic Explorer, EPIC, DigitalNZ, WW1 resources, and AnyQuestions, and see how to use them well.
Here you'll find videos, articles, encyclopedias, photographs, historic newspapers, homework help, and more. These digital resources are all free to use, chosen specifically for use in schools. Several of the resources have a particular Māori or Pasifika focus.
Papers Past guide
Explore Papers Past, which has a wealth of digitised historical New Zealand content — newspapers, magazines, journals, letters, diaries and parliamentary papers — that can be used for many teaching and learning activities.
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Topic Explorer guide
Topic Explorer helps you discover sets of quality, curated resources on a range of topics that inspire and support inquiry.
Using EPIC, schools have access to thousands of electronic resources covering all curriculum learning areas from primary to secondary level. It includes magazines, newspapers, encyclopaedia, images and much more.
Index New Zealand (INNZ) guide
Explore INNZ, a searchable database of descriptions of articles from over 1000 New Zealand journals, magazines, and newspapers from 1950 to today.
An unidentified New Zealand soldier outside his dug-out, 1914-1918. Ref: PA1-o-026-22-5. Please check copyright before reusing.
Primary sources guide
Primary sources are a powerful teaching and learning tool. Discover how to use these original, first-hand, often unedited records of events.
Learn more about DigitalNZ. DigitalNZ is the search engine for NZ culture — connecting people to digital material from libraries, museums, government departments, publicly funded organisations, the media and community groups.Le...
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Learn more about AnyQuestions, a free online reference service for all NZ school students. The service is open Monday to Friday from 1pm to 6pm and anyone with an internet-enabled device can use it.