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Teaching Resources

Linking Two Bays Project

palawa interpretation of the lands occupied by the University of Tasmania, with a focus on Emu Bay in Burnie and Sandy Bay in Hobart.

Indigenous Health Theme Bank

Having a centralised area to assist staff at the University of Tasmania to access relevant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teaching resources in minimal time is considered crucial. Please visit the Indigenous Health Theme Bank for a comprehensive list of:

  • Key Organisations
  • Recommended Frameworks
  • Protocols
  • Guidelines
  • Recommended Texts
  • Journals and Papers
  • Websites
  • Narratives
  • Speeches

Aboriginal Tasmania Story Map

The Aboriginal Tasmania Story Map is another useful resource developed by the Aboriginal Higher Education Advisor. The project consists of an interactive map with 81 geographical points of reference across Tasmania, providing inclusive information on a range of Tasmanian Aboriginal historical and contemporary topics.

Recommended Sites

Below is a list of recommended professional development and educational sites regarding Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

Australian Indigenous Healthinfo Net

Creative Spirits

Separation of Tasmania - National Museum Australia

The Orb - Tasmanian Department of Education

Your Story

For more information

For further information about teaching resources please contact the Aboriginal Higher Education Advisor:

Associate Professor Clair Andersen
Telephone: +61 3 6226 2517