Welcome to eStudies
We have decided to publish this educational resource, now in its 18th year, in e-magazine format to make it more accessible to your students in the digital age. We are proud to have produced more than 200 classroom units to date which can be accessed at www.ryebuck.com.au/shop/studies-catalogue/
The new format will enable your students to access video, interactive modules and research links on their own tablets and computers and thus make the learning experience richer and more interactive.
In the third edition
Australia is at war with Germany. Can you make 10 good decisions about what Australia should do?
In this unit students are faced with 10 decisions that the people and government of Australia faced in the first few months of the war...
What was it like to be a Chinese miner on the Australian goldfields in the 19th century?
Hundreds of thousands of people came to Australia from overseas countries between 1851 and 1900 to try and strike it rich during the Australian gold rushes. One of the largest groups was from China. What happened when these Chinese gold diggers came to Australia in the 19th century?...
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About the new eStudies format
Our eStudies are produced as interactive PDFs which create a web and print friendly format that includes video. Registered users can also access the videos online. The eStudies PDFs are iPad friendly, however to view the video within the PDFs you will need a PDF compatible App - or you can just view the videos online. To learn more about the format and requirements visit our FAQs.
Teachers may download and photocopy pages for their students under the CAL copyright agreement. For access to eStudies simply register via the link below.Register Now »
Schools can make the e-magazine directly available to all their students for a school licence rate of $44 per issue including GST. From 2014 yearly licences will be available for $99 per year - save $33.Purchase a licence »
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