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Pop-Ups and Moveable Books Digital Resource
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Pop-up and Moveable Books

Digital resources

Access digital resources to discover stories about pop-up and moveable texts from the State Library's collections.

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Free, no bookings required

Antarctica: The Race to the South Pole
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Board Games from the Past

Digital resource

Play printable games from the State Library of South Australia's  collections to explore, question and analyse moments in Australia's history. 

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Free, no bookings required

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does using a Digital Resource cost?

All Digital Resources are provided free by the State Library of South Australia and are available for download on the website.
 You are responsible for providing the tools and materials for your activities.

How do I know what to do with or how to use the Digital Resources?

We have provided a Guide for each of the Digital Resources which gives ideas for exploring the concepts and using the tools. 

Do I need to use all the resources?

The resources have been provided as a tool for you in the exploration of the concepts. You are welcome to use those you see as most closely aligning with your teaching plan. 

We would ask that you complete the surveys attached to the Digital Resource you use, to tell us what you found useful. This will enable us to develop the resources further.

Is there someone I can speak to about the resources if I need assistance?

For any questions regarding the resources, please reach out to the Community Learning Team.

Phone: 8207 7239
Email: SLSAEducation@sa.gov.au

What can I do if the videos don't work?

The issue with MS Edge and YouTube video playback is a known issue which Microsoft is supposedly working on.

Meanwhile:

- Enable Edge Flag "WebRTC Min/Max Video Encode Accelerator dimensions" (it was on Default).
- Disable "Use hardware acceleration when available" from System.
- Switched the Flag back to default.

We suggest you check that your browser is up to date and supported by YouTube > https://www.youtube.com/supported_browsers

 OR –  use a different browser. We recommend using Google, Chrome or Safari.