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NEW Feature Documentary - An Inconvenient Sequel : Truth To Power (Rated PG) - Now Available In The Feature Documentaries - Geography, Environment And Economic Feature Documentaries Area In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Section Of ClickView@Riverview

An Inconvenient Sequel : Truth To Power is the follow-up to the original documentary The Inconvenient Truth in 2006.

The documentary addresses the progress made to tackle the problem of climate change and Al Gore's global efforts to persuade governmental leaders to invest in renewable energy, culminating in the landmark signing of 2016's Paris Climate Agreement.

This program is Rated PG and contains some Mild Themes.

NEW : Programs / Podcasts About The 'Kaldor Public Art Projects' Within The Visual Arts Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Various Programs and Podcasts are now available on ClickView@Riverview about the Kaldor Public Art Projects.

They are all located in the Visual Arts Curriculum Topic Area entitled Modern Contemporary Australian Art and Artists : Kaldor Public Art Projects.

You can also find this program by clicking on the LIBRARIES tab, they typing in Kaldor Public Art in the search bar and the documentary, podcast and other related programs will then appear in ClickView@Riverview.

The programs / podcasts include :

Doing It In Public : The Kaldor Projects (Rated PG)

Synopsis Of Program:

Weaving together past and present stories of ephemeral works, across 50 years and 34 projects of public art in Australia. Revel in the private and public moments of John Kaldor, and share the delights of this movement.

Kaldor Public Art Projects Celebrate 50 Years Of Ground-Breaking Art In Public Spaces (Rated Unrated)

Synopsis Of Program:

The Mix is the ABC's weekly arts, entertainment and culture program. The show brings you the latest on art, television, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz from around the country. The Kaldor Public Art Projects celebrates 50 years of ground-breaking art in public spaces. (Viewer Advice : This Program Contains Coarse Language And Nudity)

Podcast : 50 Years Of Kaldor Public Art Projects (Rated Unrated)

Synopsis Of Program:

It’s been 50 years since Christo and Jeanne-Claude famously wrapped Sydney’s coastline in white sheets, marking the first of the ambitious Kaldor Public Art Projects. Since then, there have been 34 more, with the latest project—Making Art Public—opening this weekend at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Eighty-three-year-old philanthropist John Kaldor joins Kaldor artists Michael Landy and Agatha Gothe-Snape to talk about what it’s like to stage a massive public art piece, and take a look back at the projects that were the most controversial (Gregor Schneider’s Guantanamo on Bondi beach), the happiest (Jeff Koon’s Flower Puppy) and the noisiest (pianists playing from inside their instruments).

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital resources for the Visual Arts Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW : Programs About The Holocaust (Shoah) (World War II : 1939-1945) Within The Modern History Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

NEW programs relating to the Topic Area : Holocaust (Shoah) (World War II : 1939-1945) within the Modern History Curriculum Area are now available in the LIBRARIES area in ClickView@Riverview.

Stories Of Resilience : The Holocaust (Rated Unrated) (Series : The Drum)

In a Drum special entitled Stories of Resilience : The Holocaust, Ellen Fanning is joined by Agi Adler, Eddie Jaku, Eva Grinston and Irris Makler to discuss surviving the Holocaust and rebuilding a life in Australia after losing everything.

Episode 01 : Episode 01 : Ruth Rogoff (Rated G) (Series : Children Of The Holocaust)

Remarkable stories of survival from eyewitnesses of Nazi atrocities during World War 2, brought to life for a young audience through animation and a series of follow-on interviews to camera. A five-year-old girl's escape over the mountains from East Germany into Czechoslovakia, and her mother's determined efforts to keep the family together.

Episode 02 : Heinz Skyte (Rated G) (Series : Children Of The Holocaust)

Remarkable stories of survival from eyewitnesses of Nazi atrocities during World War 2, brought to life for a young audience through animation and a series of follow-on interviews to camera. A thirteen-year-old boy sees the rise of the Nazis near Nuremberg and feels the effects of anti-jewish legislation on his education and social life.

Episode 03 : Episode 03 : Trude (Gertrude) Silman (Rated G) (Series : Children Of The Holocaust)

Remarkable stories of survival from eyewitnesses of Nazi atrocities during World War 2, brought to life for a young audience through animation and a series of follow-on interviews to camera. A young jewish girl who witnesses the Nazi Occupation of Bratislava Czechoslovakia, escapes to Britain on the Kindertransport, her struggle to settle living in Britain & her ongoing search for information about her parents.

Episode 04 : Episode 04 : Arek Hersh (Rated G) (Series : Children Of The Holocaust)

Remarkable stories of survival from eyewitnesses of Nazi atrocities during World War 2, brought to life for a young audience through animation and a series of follow-on interviews to camera. A fourteen-year-old boy survives Auschwitz-Birkenau. He describes the choices he made which enabled him to survive, the cramped & squalid living conditions, the cruelty of the guards & constant battle against hunger & disease.

Episode 05 : Suzanne (Berthe) Rappaport-Ripton (Rated PG) (Series : Children Of The Holocaust)

Remarkable stories of survival from eyewitnesses of Nazi atrocities during World War 2, brought to life for a young audience through animation and a series of follow-on interviews to camera. A six-year-old girl is violently separated from her parents during Nazi occupied Paris, and how she was kept in hiding throughout the war working in an isolated rural farm.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital resources for the Ancient History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Category Entitled Moon Landing / Apollo Space Program In The Science - Astronomy And Space Exploration Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new category entitled Moon Landing / Apollo Space Program within the Astronomy And Space Exploration Curriculum Area has now been setup in the Science Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and podcasts relating to the topic area of interest in the curriculum for Moon Landing / Apollo Space Program within Astronomy And Space Exploration in the Science Curriculum Area.

All new programs and podcasts relating to the Moon Landing / Apollo Space Program added to the Science Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in this new topic area.

The programs and podcasts are :

PODCAST : Episode 01 : The Lift Off (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 02 : The View Via Space TV (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 03 : Chicken Stew In Space (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 04 : Enter The Lunar Module (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 05 : The Dark Side Of The Moon (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 06 : The Eagle Is Landing (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 07 : Preparing For The Moonwalk (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 08 : Footsteps On The Moon (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 09 : Last Moments On The Moon (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PODCAST : Episode 10 : The Journey Home (Rated Unrated) (Series : Cosmic Vertigo - The Moon Landing)

PROGRAM : Contact Light : Apollo 11 Moon Landing (Rated G) (Topic Area : Moon Landing Original Broadcast)

PROGRAM : Moon Landing Original Broadcast : 50th Anniversary Special (ABC News Channel) (Rated Unrated) (Topic Area : Moon Landing Original Broadcast)

PROGRAM : Exploration Of The Moon (Rated E) (Series : National Geographic Short Astronomical Films : Moon Landing And The Apollo Space Program)

PROGRAM : Apollo 11 : The Untold Story (Rated PG)

PROGRAM : Apollo 13 : To The Edge And Back (Rated PG)

PROGRAM : In The Shadow Of The Moon (Feature Documentary) (Rated PG)

Also within this topic area includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Science topic area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW ClickView@Riverview Training Program : ClickView For PDHPE Teachers Webinar : 20th May 2019 (Rated Unrated) (ClickView Training Programs) (Topic Area : Using ClickView In The Classroom Series)

This is a recording of the PDHPE For Teachers webinar presented by ClickView Advisor Travis Edwards on Monday 20th May 2019. In this webinar, Travis focused on the pedagogy of ClickView for PDHPE contexts, highlighting some of the tools and content that can be utilised.

ClickView@Riverview - What Is ClickView For Students?

ClickView@Riverview With Canvas

In the creation of Digital Media Content for Canvas Course Pages, here are some resources on this page that can help you use ClickView to its fullest potential in the classroom and for students to access ClickView Content through Canvas (both here at Riverview and at Home)

Click on the interactive video on this page that talks about how you can embed ClickView Digital Media Content from the ClickView Riverview Library into a Canvas Course page. 

PLEASE NOTE: To embed Digital Media that has been edited/chapterised in High Definition Quality from the Riverview ClickView Server, select LIBRARY at the top of the Drop Down Menu, then the respective program from the Riverview ClickView Server when using the ClickView Plugin with Canvas.

In accessing ClickView, St Ignatius College, Riverview has set up what is known as SSO (Single Sign On) Access.

So, if you have not accessed ClickView at Riverview, ClickView is through the InsideView Portal Page. On the InsideView Page, go to DASHBOARD then click on the ClickView Online icon, where you enter your Riverview Network Name and Network Password to access ClickView here at Riverview and at Home.

If you have any further questions, queries and assistance on using ClickView Digital Media programs with Canvas Course Pages, please feel free to send an email to: clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au or call extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library (ask for Mark) or come up for a visit to the library and ask for Mr Mark Dudgeon.

How To Embed Videos Using Google Classroom

How To Share ClickView Videos With Your Students

How To Add Flipped Classroom Lessons To ClickView (Series : ClickView Training Videos) (Rated E)

Creating And Sharing Playlists On ClickView (Series : ClickView Training Videos) (Rated E)

How To Find Videos On ClickView For Primary Teachers (Series : ClickView Training Videos) (Rated E)

New Technology / Science Topic Area For "Innovation" Now Setup In The Technology Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A New Technology / Science Topic Area entitled “Innovation” has now been setup in the Technology Curriculum Area in ClickView as a subcategory.

This area includes programs / series such as:

SERIES : 7.30 Report

SERIES : ABC News : Innovation

SERIES : Advocates Of Change

SERIES : Birth Of A Sports Car

SERIES : Four Corners

SERIES : Lateline

SERIES : Product Design And Sustainability Series

SERIES : Prototype This

SERIES : SBS Insight Episodes

SERIES : Stephen Fry : Gadget Man

All single individual documentaries as well are also now located in this topic area PLUS any new programs added to ClickView on this topic will be now located in this topic area. 

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Technology / Science Topic Area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

New Chinese Language Feature Films Now Available On ClickView@Riverview

New Chinese Language Feature Films are now available in the LIBRARIES area of the ClickView@Riverview Library within the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area of ClickView.

The new films include:

Mulan : Rise Of A Warrior (Hua Mulan) (Live Action Feature Film) (Rated M15+)

The epic story of the Chinese girl-warrior, Mulan, who fights to defend her father.

Shaolin Soccer (Siu Lam Juk Kau) (Rated PG)

After a fateful mistake costing his career, an ex-soccer player bum meets a shaolin kung fu student trying to spread the word of kung fu. The ex-soccer player helps reconcile with his five brothers, and teaches them soccer, adding shaolin kung fu as a twist.

The Mermaid (Mei Ren Yu) (Rated M15+)

Xuan's estate project involving reclamation of the sea threatens the livelihood of the mermaids who rely on the sea to survive. Shan is dispatched to stop Xuan and this leads them into falling for each other. Out of his love for Shan, Xuan plans to stop the reclamation. Unfortunately, Shan and the other mermaids are hunted by a hidden organisation and Xuan has to save Shan before it's too late...

Young Detective Dee : Rise Of The Sea Dragon (Di Renjie: Shen Du Long Wang) (Rated M15+)

From legendary action director Tsui Hark and the creators of international smash hit Detective Dee - Mystery Of The Phantom Flame comes the captivating tale of Dee Renjie's beginnings in the Imperial police force. In his very first case, Dee Renjie is investigating reports of a sea monster terrorizing the town, reveals a sinister conspiracy of treachery and betrayal, leading to the highest reaches of the Imperial family.

Alternate History / Steampunk Feature Films Available On ClickView@Riverview

Alternate History / Steampunk Feature Films are available in the LIBRARIES area of the ClickView@Riverview Library within the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area of ClickView.

Some of these films include:

K-20 : Legend Of The Mask (K-20 : Kaijin Nijû Mensô Den) (Rated M15+)

K-20 : Legend Of The Mask is set in the fictional Japanese capital of Teito, in 1949. World War II has been avoided. The system of “nobility” established in the Meiji Era (mid-late 19th century) continues, creating an extreme divide between the upper and lower classes. 90% of the country’s wealth is controlled by the upper members of society.

The Sky Crawlers (Sukai Kurora) (Rated M15+)

The Sky Crawlers is set in an alternative history timeline where although the world is at peace, in order to ease the tension of a populace accustomed to war and aggression, private corporations contract fighter pilots to engage in actual combat operations against each other. 

The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Rated PG)

Renowned adventurer Allan Quatermain leads a team of extraordinary figures with legendary powers to battle the technological terror of a madman known as "The Fantom." This "League" comprises seafarer/inventor Captain Nemo, vampiress Mina Harker, an invisible man named Rodney Skinner, American secret service agent Tom Sawyer, the ageless and invincible Dorian Gray, and the dangerous split personality of Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde.

Hugo (Rated PG)

Hugo is an orphan boy living in the walls of a train station in 1930s Paris. He learned to fix clocks and other gadgets from his father and uncle which he puts to use keeping the train station clocks running. 

Tai Chi 0 (Rated M15+)

Young genius Yang Luchan travels to Chen Village to learn the forbidden secrets of martial arts, but quickly learns that the village is menaced by a formidable battalion of Steampunk soldiers. The villagers realize that in order to save their home, they must trust this strange outsider with their knowledge of Tai Chi.

Tai Chi Hero (Rated M15+)

The second instalment of the "Tai Chi" movies continues as Lu Chan is still trying to find his place in Chen Village, the legendary town where everyone is a martial arts master...and Chen-style Tai Chi is forbidden to outsiders. But since he helped save the town from a frightening steam-powered machine, Yuniang, beautiful daughter of Grandmaster Chen, agrees to marry Lu Chan and bring him into the family. 

The Rocketeer (Rated PG)

Straight from the pages of a pulp comic from a past era, the Rocketeer recreates 1930's Hollywood, complete with gangsters, Nazi spies, and the growth of the Age of Aviation. Young pilot Cliff Secord stumbles on a top secret rocket-pack and with the help of his mechanic/mentor, Peevee, he attempts to save his girl and stop the Nazis as The Rocketeer.

Redesign Of The Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Alfred Hitchcock

TOPIC AREA : Animation And Comics

TOPIC AREA : Australian Cinema

TOPIC AREA : Australian First Nation Photographers

TOPIC AREA : Australian Photographers

TOPIC AREA : Careers In Photographic And Digital Media Industries

TOPIC AREA : Film And Television Genres

TOPIC AREA : Film Directors

TOPIC AREA : Film, Photographic And Digital Media Techniques

TOPIC AREA : History Of Film, Television And Photography

TOPIC AREA : International Photographers

TOPIC AREA : Internet And Social Media

TOPIC AREA : Issues In Photographic And Digital Media Industries

TOPIC AREA : Journalism, Newspapers And Magazines

TOPIC AREA : Making Of Individual Films And Television Series

TOPIC AREA : Media Artists

TOPIC AREA : Music And Sound Production In Film, Television And Digital Media

TOPIC AREA : Music Soundtracks From Cinema

TOPIC AREA : Paparazzi

TOPIC AREA : Tropfest Film Festival

DRAMA SERIES : The Newsroom ; Series One

All new programs added to ClickView will be now located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

New Series For Religious Education Now Available On ClickView@Riverview - Ethics Matters

Presenter Dr Dan Halliday talks with philosophers, and helps place different ideas in a real world context. All episodes are about 12 minutes long.

This series is located in the LIBRARIES section of ClickView in the Religion Curriculum Area. It is then located in the Topic Area "Ethics And Ethical Responsibility" under the Series Subfolder Ethics Matters.

Included with each episode are Online Resources which can be used in conjunction with episodes in this series. 

EPISODE 01 – CONSEQUENCES

Interviewees Peter Singer and Caroline West explore consequentialism and ask would you, could you, kill to save others?

EPISODE 02 – MY RIGHTS

Interviewees John Tasioulas, Christian Barry and Peter Singer unpack the rights of an individual and explore intended and unintended consequences.

EPISODE 03 – OUR SOCIETY

Interviewees Liz Anderson and John Thrasher examine how society should be organised and wrestle with conflicting libertarian and egalitarian points of view.

EPISODE 04 – FREE EXPRESSION

Interviewees Robert Simpson and Caroline West explore the nature of free speech and the role of censorship.

EPISODE 05 – SHAPING OUR BODIES

Interviewees Julian Savulescu and Serene Khader discuss the effect of social assumptions on how we view our bodies, and the science we use to change them.

EPISODE 06 – FORGIVE OR PUNISH?

Interviewees Luke Russell, John Tasioulas and Mick Dodson show how punishment can be a form of communication and examine if there is ever an unforgivable act.

EPISODE 07 – ETHICAL CONSUMPTION

Interviewees Christian Barry and Kate McDonald unwind supply chains and consider ethical consumption in a complex world.

EPISODE 08 – PAST INJUSTICES

Interviewees Janna Thompson, Marcia Langton and Mick Dodson explore the effect past injustices have on present generations.

EPISODE 09 – RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY

Interviewees Tony Coady, Monima Chadha and Bronwyn Finnigan show how we can live in a society with competing moral codes and differing religious views.

EPISODE 10 – CREATING BORDERS

Interviewees Jiewuh Song, Serene Khader, Christian Barry, John Thrasher and Tony Coady examine the nature of borders and how we view migration.

EPISODE 11 – ANIMALS

Interviewees Peter Singer, Bronwyn Finnigan and Julian Savulescu ask if animals have the same interests as humans and how we should ethically treat them.

EPISODE 12 – THE ENVIRONMENT

Interviewees Peter Singer and Katie Steele question if the environment has its own ethical interests which overshadow those of humans.

New Religion Topic Area For "Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History" Now Setup In The Religion Curriculum Area In ClickView

A New Religion Topic Area entitled “Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History” has now been setup in the Religion Curriculum Area in ClickView as a Subcategory.

This area includes programs/series such as:

  1. Compass (Documentary Series)
  2. Jesuit Mission (Documentary Series)
  3. Podcasts - Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History
  4. Cave Of St Ignatius De Loyola In Manresa
  5. Ignatian Children's Holiday Camp : 2010
  6. Inigo : A Fourfold Evocation Of The Life Of St Ignatius Loyola
  7. Jesuit Journeys
  8. Jesuits on ... Francis Xavier
  9. Montserrat
  10. Pedro Arrupe : His Life And Legacy
  11. People, History And Wines Of Seven Hill; AND
  12. The Life Of Ignatius Loyola

All new programs added to ClickView@Riverview on this topic will be now located in this topic area. 

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Religion Topic Area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au 

New History Topic Area For "Ancient Australia" Now Setup In Ancient History Curriculum Area In ClickView

A new Ancient History Topic Area entitled “Ancient Australia” has now been setup in the Ancient History Curriculum Area In ClickView as a Subcategory.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Ancient History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This area includes programs / series such as:

SERIES : Assimilation

SERIES : Exploring Indigenous Australia Series

SERIES : First Australians

SERIES : First Footprints

SERIES : Frontier

SERIES : Message Stick

PROGRAM : Kings Seal

PROGRAM : Memories Of Jimmy Cook

PROGRAM : Secret Country

PROGRAM : Utopia

All new programs added to ClickView@Riverview on this topic will be now located in this topic area. 

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Ancient History Topic Area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au 

New History Topic Area For "Reflections Of ANZAC" Now Setup In The Modern History Curriculum Area In ClickView

A New History Topic Area entitled “Reflections Of ANZAC” has now been setup in the Modern History Curriculum Area in ClickView as a subcategory.

This area includes programs / series such as:

SERIES : A Current Affair

SERIES : ABC News : Reflections Of ANZAC

SERIES : Afghanistan : Inside Australia's War

SERIES : ANZAC Battlefields : The Western Front

SERIES : Anzac Day / Lone Pine / Darwin Commeration Services

SERIES : ANZAC Girls

SERIES : Australians At War

SERIES : Catalyst

SERIES : Desert War

SERIES : Four Corners

SERIES : Gallipoli

SERIES : In Their Footsteps

SERIES : Kokoda Documentary

SERIES : Podcasts

SERIES : Representations Of ANZAC - Regis Campus

SERIES : St Ignatius College, Riverview At Kokoda

SERIES : Sunday Night

SERIES : The Memorial : Beyond The ANZAC Legend

SERIES : The War That Changed Us

All single individual documentaries as well are also now located in this topic area PLUS any new programs added to ClickView on this topic will be now located in this topic area. 

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new History Topic Area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Legal Studies Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Legal Studies Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Legal Studies Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Australian Court And Legal System

TOPIC AREA : Australian Federal Parliament And Political Systems

TOPIC AREA : British Court And Legal System

TOPIC AREA : Case Of Bilal Skaf

TOPIC AREA : Citizenship In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Contract Law In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Criminal And Civil Law In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Gun Laws In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Human Rights

TOPIC AREA : International Law

TOPIC AREA : Issues In Law, Crime And Policing

TOPIC AREA : Justice And Social Responsibility In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Murder Case Of Jamie Gao

TOPIC AREA : Murder Case Of Leanne Holland

TOPIC AREA : Murder Case Of Stephen Dempsey And Ezzedine Bahmad

TOPIC AREA : What Is Law And Crime?

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Legal Studies.

All new programs added to the Legal Studies Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

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NEW : Programs / Podcasts About The Australian Photographer Trent Parke Within The Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

A NEW topic area relating to the Australian Photographer Trent Parke containing all Digital Media Resources has been created and is now located in the Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

Photographic And Digital Media Studies – Topic Area : Photographers : Australian - Trent Parke

Trent Parke : The Crimson Line (Rated Unrated) (Series : The Mix)

The Mix is the ABC's weekly arts, entertainment and culture program. The show brings you the latest on art, television, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz from around the country. Story about Australian Photographer Trent Parke who is the only Australian in the prestigious Magnum photography group and information about his photography series entitled The Crimson Line.

Trent Parke : The Summation Of Force (Rated Unrated) (Series : The Mix)

The Mix is the ABC's weekly arts, entertainment and culture program. The show brings you the latest on art, television, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz from around the country. Trent Parke and Narelle Autio have created a powerful film, The Summation of Force, which finds beauty in the movement and energy of the game of backyard cricket. Eloise Fuss chats to Trent and Narelle for The Mix.

Trent Parke : The Black Rose (Documentary) (Rated G)

Award-winning Australian photographer Trent Parke uncovers his own personal history through photography as he prepares for the exhibition of his life.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital resources for the Photographic And Digital Media Studies for ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW : Programs / Podcasts About 'Media Literacy - What Is Fake News?' Within The English Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

NEW programs and podcasts relating to the topic area 'Media Literacy - What Is Fake News?' within the English Curriculum Area within the History Curriculum Area are now available in the LIBRARIES area in ClickView@Riverview.

The Programs / podcasts include :

Fake News : Battle Of The Social Networks (Rated Unrated) (Series : Four Corners)

Social media has transformed the way we communicate and how we express our thoughts and emotions. Whether it's Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp or any number of digital platforms, there are more ways than ever for people to make their views known. Now the concern is that social media sites have morphed into the perfect platform for orchestrated disinformation campaigns. As governments around the world grapple with calls to regulate what is published on social media, and with tech companies fiercely resisting attempts to curtail their business model, this timely program explores these key issues.

Fake News (Rated G) (Series : Behind The News – Media Literacy)

Back in the day people used to get most of their news from papers, radio or TV bulletins. Now, pretty much anyone can put info out there online. Sometimes that's a good thing, other times not so much. To help you sort fact from fiction, ABC Education and the team from Behind The News have created some special videos and other fun resources. But why is it important to learn these skills anyway. Fake news is big news at the moment! Many experts are worried about the effect that fake stories are having on the media and democracy, but did you know that fake news isn't new?

Trust And Truth In The Digital News Age (Podcast) (Rated Unrated) (Podcasts : Media Literacy – What Is Fake News?)

We are in the midst of an ‘information war’. Social media news feeds are awash with misinformation and, worse, deliberately disseminated disinformation. The Macquarie dictionary recently named 'fake news' as it’s word of the year.  Sorting fact from fiction is the responsibility of the news media : if we can’t rely on news organisations to provide us with the facts, why should we trust them? Paul Barclay speaks to a panel of esteemed journalists at the University Of Technology, Sydney in 2017 about how we combat the ‘fake news' phenomenon.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital media resources for topic areas within the English Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Programs About Ancient Egypt Within The Ancient History Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Various programs relating to the current Ancient History Topic Area entitled Ancient Egypt now available in the LIBRARIES area in ClickView@Riverview.

The programs are :

Plagues Of Egypt (Rated PG) (Series : Treasures Decoded)

The Great Pyramid (Rated G) (Series : Treasures Decoded)

Episode 01 : The Road To The Pyramids (Rated PG) (Series : The Story Of Egypt)

Episode 02 : Chaos (Rated PG) (Series : The Story Of Egypt)

Episode 03 : Zenith (Rated G) (Series : The Story Of Egypt)

Episode 04 : Invasion (Rated PG) (Series : The Story Of Egypt)

Egypt : What Lies Beneath (Egypt's Lost Cities) (Rated G)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital resources for the Ancient History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW : Book To Film Adaptation Feature Film - The Right Stuff (Rated M15+) - Now Available In The Feature Films And Documentaries Curriculum Area As Part Of The School Library (LIBRARIES) Section In ClickView@Riverview

The Book To Film Adaptation Feature Film "The Right Stuff" is located within the Feature Films And Documentaries Curriculum Area of ClickView@Riverview under the Topic Area entitled Book To Film Adapation Feature Films.

Synopsis Of Film :

The story of the beginnings of the United States space program and the first seven Mercury astronauts. 

The space began when Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier. It was after the Soviet Union successfully launched the Sputnik satellite in 1959, that the United States redoubled its efforts to catch up.

After rigorous testing, seven pilots were selected for the program. They instantly became the modern day equivalent of rock stars, appearing on television and having articles written about them in Life magazine. 

The work was serious however and dangerous, given the poor record the missile designers faced with multiple failures before finally getting a successful launch. 

There is a good deal of rivalry among the United States Of America's first astronauts, some quite serious, as their ambitions and different values come into play.

Film is based on the non-fiction book written by Tom Wolfe in 1979.

(This Program Contains Coarse Language)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about Feature Films and Documentaries for ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW ClickView@Riverview Training Program : ClickView For Mathematics Teachers Webinar : 13th May 2019 (Rated Unrated) (ClickView Training Programs) (Topic Area : Using ClickView In The Classroom Series)

This is a recording of the Mathematics For Teachers webinar presented on Monday 13th May 2019 that focused on leveraging ClickView in a Mathematics classroom. It covered some specific tools that can be utilised as well as content for mathematics concepts, including our Featured Channels in ClickView

NEW Complete Series "Shakespeare Uncovered ; Series Two" : Now Available In The English Curriculum Area Within The Topic Area "Critical Analysis : William Shakespeare's Plays" In The LIBRARIES Section Of Clickview@Riverview

Six Shakespearean actors and directors research the revered dramatist and reveal the stories behind and the wonders within some of his greatest plays.

This series is located in the English Curriculum Area under the Topic Area "Critical Analysis : William Shakespeare's Plays"" then in the sub-folder Series "Shakespeare Uncovered ; Series Two" 

Episode Guide:

Episode 01 : A Midsummer Night's Dream (Rated PG) 

Hugh Bonneville discusses the enduring appeal of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream with Ralph Fiennes, David Walliams and Sheridan Smith.

Episode 02 : King Lear (Rated PG)

Christopher Plummer discusses William Shakespeare's King Lear with Jonathan Miller, Ian McKellen and Simmon Russell Beale.

Episode 03 : The Taming Of The Shrew (Rated PG)

Morgan Freeman discusses William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew with Tracey Ullman, Sinead Cusack and Julia Stiles.

Episode 04 : Othello (Rated PG)

David Harewood, who in 1997 became the first black actor to star as Othello at London's National Theatre, explores the issues raised in the play; and interviews Adrian Lester, Simon Russell Beale, Ian McKellen, Julia Stiles and Patrick Stewart.

Episode 05 : Antony And Cleopatra (Rated PG)

Kim Catrall discusses William Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra with Janet Suzman, Harriet Walker and Vanessa Redgrave.

Episode 06 : Romeo And Juliet (Rated PG)

Joseph Fiennes discusses William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet with Orlando Bloom, Condola Rashad and Stephen Sodenheim.

NEW Dystopian Feature Films In The Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Section In ClickView@Riverview

NEW films located in the Dystopian Feature Films Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview include : 

Blade Runner 2049 (Rated MA15+)

Interstellar (Rated M15+)

NEW Programs / Podcasts About The Geography Global Studies Topic - Civil Wars In Syria And Yemen - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Various programs and podcasts relating to the current Geography Global Studies Topic - Civil Wars In Syria And Yemen are now available on ClickView@Riverview.

The programs and podcasts are :

PODCAST : A History Of Modern Yemen (Rated Unrated) (Podcasts : Global Studies - Civil Wars In Syria And Yemen)

PODCAST : Yemen : Hell On Earth (Rated Unrated) (Podcasts : Global Studies - Civil Wars In Syria And Yemen)

PROGRAM : Millions Displaced By Four Years Of Conflict In Yemen (Rated Unrated) (Series : Al Jazerra English News)

PROGRAM : Interview With UN's Humanitarian Coordinator In Yemen Lise Grande, British Labour MP Keith Vaz And NY Times Reporter Rukmini Callimachi (Rated Unrated) (Series : Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant)

PROGRAM : Syrian Arab Republic : Inside The Hidden Revolution (Rated Unrated) (Series : Foreign Correpsondent)

PROGRAM : The Pied Piper Of Jihad (Rated Unrated) (Series : Foreign Correpsondent)

PROGRAM : The White Helmets Risk Everything To Save Lives Amongst The Rubble In Syria / Interview With Ammar al Salmo, Leader Of The White Helmets In Aleppo (Rated Unrated) (Series : Lateline)

Also within this topic area includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to this topic area of interest in the curriculum for Global Studies Topic - Civil Wars In Syria And Yemen.

All new programs added to the Global Studies Topic - Civil Wars In Syria And Yemen Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in this area in ClickView@Riverview.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new topic area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

ClickView@Riverview Training Program : Engaging The YouTube Generation : ClickView Interactive Videos Webinar - 18th June 2018 (Rated Unrated) (Topic Area : ClickView Webinar Presentations)

On Monday 18th May 2018, ClickView hosted a Webinar which focused on the ClickView Interactive Videos feature, discussing the why, what, and how of utilising them in the classroom.

NEW Dystopian Feature Films Category In Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new category entitled Dystopian Feature Films has now been setup in the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate films relating to the topic area of interest in the curriculum for Dystopian Feature Films within the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area.

All new films relating to a Dystopian storyline added to the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in this area.

Current films located in this area on ClickView@Riverview include :

1984 (Nineteen Eighty Four) (1984 Michael Radford Version) (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Moderate Violence and Some Moderate Sex Scenes)

Blade Runner : The Final Cut (Director's Cut Version) (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Moderate Violence And Moderate Coarse Language)

Fahrenheit 451 (Rated PG) (This Program Contains Low Level Violence)

Gattaca (Rated M15+) (This Program Includes Low Level Violence And Low Level Coarse Language)

Logan's Run (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Medium Level Violence, Sexual References And Nudity)

Looper (Rated MA15+) (This Program Contains Strong Violence)

Metropolis (Original 1927 Fritz Lang Theatrical Version) (Rated G)

Oblivion (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Science Fiction Violence And Infrequent Coarse Language)

On The Beach (Rated PG) (This Program Contains Adult Themes)

Planet Of The Apes (1968 Franklin J. Schaffner Version) (Rated PG) (This Program Contains Medium Level Violence)

Rollerball (1975 Norman Jewison Version) (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Violence)

The Day The Earth Caught Fire (Rated PG) (This Program Contains Adult Themes And Mild Coarse Language)

The Road (Rated MA15+) (This Program Contains Strong Themes And Violence)

The Time Machine (1960 George Pal Version) (Rated PG) (This Program Contains Low Level Violence)

The Time Machine (2002 Simon Wells Version) (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Medium Level Violence And Supernatural Themes)

Things To Come (Rated PG)

Total Recall (1990 Paul Verhoeven Version) (Rated MA15+) (This Program Contains Strong Violence)

V For Vendetta (Rated MA15+) (This Program Contains Strong Violence And Infrequent Strong Coarse Language)

Westworld (1973 Michael Crichton Version) (Rated PG)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Feature Films and Documentaries category, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW French Language Feature Films Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

NEW French Language Feature Films are now available in the SCHOOL LIBRARY (LIBRARIES) area of ClickView@Riverview Library within the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area of ClickView@Riverview Library.

The new films include:

The Kid With A Bike (Le Gamin Au Vélo) (Rated M15+)

At about 11, the stubborn and impulsive Cyril seems on his way to delinquency: he has no mother, his father wants a new life without him, so he's in a foster institution. He searches for his father, wanting him and his bike. Through the intersession of Samantha, a hairdresser Cyril happens upon, he gets his bike back, and she offers to take him into her home on weekends. He remains aloof from her and gets involved with a young crook. Is Cyril intent on driving Samantha away - and what then?

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Mature Themes And Infrequent Coarse Language)

Le Havre (Rated PG)

A dock worker in Le Havre hears a human sound inside one of the containers in port, that container which left Gabon three weeks ago and which was supposed to arrive in London five days after its departure from Gabon, which didn't happen. The Le Havre police and French border guards find a still alive group of illegal African immigrants inside. On the sign from one of his elders, a young teen boy among the illegal immigrants manages to escape, news of which hits the local media. The first friendly face that boy, Idrissa, encounters is that of former artist now aged shoeshine Marcel Marx. Marcel decides to help Idrissa by hiding him in his house, news which slowly trickles through his community of friends - most of whom he associates with at his local bar - and neighbors, most who assist Marcel in this task. Marcel goes to great lengths to find out Idrissa's story, which leads to Marcel's further task of trying to get Idrissa to London, his original end destination. The one neighbor who wants to turn Idrissa in and the authorities seem to be on to Marcel's activities, most specifically hard nosed police Inspector Monet, who may have his own private agenda. 

Through it all, Marcel has on his mind the health of his terminally ill and hospitalized wife Arletty, the terminal aspect being something of which he is unaware and which may in turn eventually kill him as Arletty is his life.

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Mature Themes)

My Summer In Provence (Avis De Mistral) (Rated M15+)

Lea, Adrian, and their little brother Theo, born deaf, go on holiday in Provence with their grandfather, Paul "Oliveron" they never met because of a family quarrel. Unfortunately, it is not the holidays they dreamed, especially after their father announced that he was leaving the house. In less than 24 hours, it is the clash of generations between the teens and their grandfather.

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Drug Use, Sexual References And Coarse Language)

Micmacs (Mic Macs à Tire-Larigot) (Rated M15+) (Topic Area : Jean-Pierre Jeunet Feature Films)

Avid movie-watcher and video store clerk Bazil has had his life all but ruined by weapons of war. His father was killed by a landmine in Morocco and one fateful night a stray bullet from a nearby shootout embeds itself in his skull, leaving him on the verge of instantaneous death. 

Losing his job and his home, Bazil wanders the streets until he meets Slammer, a pardoned convict who introduces him to a band of eccentric junkyard dealers including Calculator, a math expert and statistician, Buster, a record-holder in human cannonball feats, Tiny Pete, an artistic craftsman of automatons, and Elastic Girl, a sassy contortionist. 

When chance reveals to Bazil the two weapons manufacturers responsible for building the instruments of his destruction, he constructs a complex scheme for revenge that his newfound family is all too happy to help set in motion.

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Violence And Sexual References)

Little Nicolas (Le Petit Nicolas) (Rated PG)

In a suburb in France, Nicolas does not know what he wants to be when he grows up but he lives a happy life with his mother, his father and his schoolmates. 

When his friend Joachim has a baby brother but then later on vanishes from school. Nicolas partially overhears a conversation between his parents about a dinner party for his father's boss. He misunderstands, believing that his mother is pregnant and his parents want to get rid of him. This French-Belgian family comedy is based on a series of children's books. 

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Mild Comedic Violence)

Little Nicolas On Holiday (Les Vacances Du Petit Nicolas) (Rated PG)

It's the end of the school year. The long-awaited moment of summer vacation has arrived. Little Nicolas, his parents, and Grandma head to Hotel Beau-Rivage by the seaside. On the beach, Nicolas quickly makes a new set of friends: there's Blaise, who isn't on vacation because he lives in the area, Fructueux, who likes everything, even fish, Djodjo, who doesn't speak like them because he's English, Crépin, who cries all the time, and Côme, who always wants to be right and who is very annoying. 

But Nicolas also gets to know Isabelle, a little girl who always looks at him with big, round and worried eyes, and who Nicolas believes his parents want to force him to marry.

Misunderstandings accumulate, blunders begin. One thing's for sure: for everyone, this will be an unforgettable vacation.

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles)

The Belier Family (La Famille Bélier) (Rated M15+)

The Béliers are ordinary people : Rodolphe and Gigi are married, have two children and run their farm for a living. Ordinary people? 

Well, almost... since three of them, Dad, Mum and their son Quentin, are deaf. Which is not the case of the boy's big sister, Paula. And not only can she speak but her music teacher scouts her beautiful voice as well. He offers her to sit for the entrance exam of the Maîtrise de Radio France, a vocal elite choir in Paris. Her parents, who rely on her as their ears and mouth in the outside world, take the news badly. 

Paula, who hates the idea of betraying her parents and her brother, goes through a painful dilemma...

(From France, in French Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Coarse Language)

NEW Feature Documentary "Watan" About The Syrian Refugee Crisis - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Seven years. Six million displaced people. The biggest humanitarian emergency of our time.

The Syrian refugee crisis remains at the forefront of the global consciousness: as statistics, as photographs, as a bargaining chip in international politics.

But inside the camps real people settle in to a life in limbo. 'Watan' (Homeland) explores two of the biggest refugee camps in Jordan - Zaatari and Azraq - along with neighbouring city Jerash, to paint intimate portraits of the men, women and children who have found themselves there.

Through observation of daily life, 'Watan' builds a simple yet powerful series of interwoven stories that go beyond the statistics to find the human heart of the refugee crisis.

These are stories of sadness, fear, beauty and surprises: from a young woman raising a family that is not hers, to a seventeen-year-old concreter, an all-women's filmmaking class, a boy who finds meaning through football, and more. '

Watan' seeks to inspire action through connection, empathy and recognition, in a way that allows these people to speak for themselves.

It shines a much-needed light on the human stories at the centre of the global debate of immigration and asylum, giving a voice to the Syrian refugees in Jordan.

This Feature Documentary is Rated M15+ (For Mature Audiences)

NEW Italian Culture Series "Anh Does Italy" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Comedian Anh Do is on a special quest to see Italy.

All episodes in the series are rated PG (Parental Guidance Recommended)

Episode 01 : Anh Does Italy

From gondoliers of Venice to pasta nonnas of Bari, Anh experiences the best of Italy. In this episode, he will also test drive a hand-made Lamborghini.

Episode 02 : Anh Does Italy

From gondoliers of Venice to pasta nonnas of Bari, Anh experiences the best of Italy. Continuing his Italy tour, Anh travels south to Naples. 

In this episode, Anh also climbs the crater of Mt Vesuvius and does a Vespa tour of the Amalfi Coast, ending with a delicious lunch and amazing views.

NEW Japanese Anime Feature Documentary "Miyazaki : The Kingdom Of Dreams And Madness (Yume To Kyôki No Okoku)" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Studio Ghibli has captivated audiences the world over with its dreamlike, fantastical animations. 

Award-winning filmmaker Mami Sunada gives us unprecedented access into their fascinating world. 

This documentary follows the routines of those employed at Studio Ghibli, including filmmakers Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, and Toshio Suzuki as they work to release two films simultaneously, The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya.

(This Program Contains Infrequent Mild Coarse Language)

NEW Italian Language Series "La Mappa Misteriosa" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

La Mappa Misteriosa is a dynamic Italian learning drama from the BBC in which the viewer is one of the protagonists. 

Each episode presents clues as part of a mystery adventure through the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. 

Students build new skills and knowledge as they meet a cast of characters: uncover a family secret and some delicious regional specialities. A benefit to Italian students at all levels.

All episodes in this series are Rated G.

This series is located in the Languages Curriculum Area under the Topic Area "Italian Language" then in the folder "Learning Skills For Italian Language" then the Series sub-folder "La Mappa Misteriosa"

Episode Guide:

Episode 01 & 02 : Who Are You? / A Day At The Museum 

In the first episode, you arrive in Bologna, introduce yourself and soon need a drink. In the second episode, the quest begins, but first meet Renata's neighbour.

Episode 03 : A Fistful Of Tagliatelle

In this episode, you buy some pasta in Italian, but just to divert.

Episode 04 : Letters By Numbers

In this episode, after a walk around town, what does the clue spell out?

Episode 05 : Fruitful Find

In this episode, Renata and Marco leave you at a market stall. What next?

Episode 06 : Natural Attraction

In this episode, you find another reason to dislike Renata's ex.

Episode 07 : The Honey Pot

In this episode, you meet a stranger. What does he really want?

Episode 08 : Like It Or Not

In this episode, you find another reason to dislike Renata's ex before your next stop.

Episode 09 : Off The Menu

In this episode, a literary lunch at a canalside restaurant is followed by an unwelcome sight.

Episode 10 : Off The Beaten Track

In this episode. your Italian is put to the test, it's up to you to find the next clue.

Episode 11 : Extra Room

In this episode, at a rural hotel, solving the next clue is an uphill struggle. 

Episode 12 : Dream Ticket

In this episode, is this really the end of the road? You decide...

NEW Indigenous (Australian First Nations) Series "Little J And Big Cuz" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Little J, he’s five and Big Cuz, she’s nine. They’re a couple of Indigenous Australian kids living with their Nanna and Old Dog. Little J and Big Cuz are busy with the ups and downs of playground and classroom. 

There’s always something surprising going on whether it’s at school, in the backyard... or beyond. The gaps in Nanna’s ramshackle fence lead to Saltwater, Desert and Freshwater Country. 

With the help of Nanna and their teacher Ms Chen, Little J and Big Cuz are finding out all about culture, community and country.

All episodes in this series are Rated G.

This series is located in the Aboriginal Studies Curriculum Area under the Topic Area "Culture And Traditions" then in the sub-folder Drama Series "Big J And Little Cuz" 

Episode Guide:

Episode 01 : Lucky Undies - Little J’s new undies have special powers - so how can he play basketball without them?

Episode 02 : Wombat Rex - Big Cuz tricks Little J into believing that the Giant Wombat is not extinct.

Episode 03 : New Tricks - Little J frets that his dream of being an acrobat is not the RIGHT dream...

Episode 04 : Right Under Your Nose - On their quest to the beach, Little J, Nanna and Big Cuz struggle to find what they need before sunset.

Episode 05 : Goanna Ate My Homework - Little J gets confused hunting bush tucker when he follows his own tracks.

Episode 06 : Big Plans - When the ''big kids' won't play with him, Little J creates a tantalizing adventure - in the backyard.

Episode 07 : Hopalong - When B Boy comes to stay, Little J is miffed - until they work together caring for an injured baby kangaroo.

Episode 08 : Where’s Aaron? - Aaron the class mascot is missing... and Little J fears he's lost in the desert.

Episode 09 : Old Monster Dog - Little J is convinced there's a real live monster in the backyard.

Episode 10 : Transformation - Can Big Cuz face dancing in front of the school, and will Little J ever see his caterpillar again?

Episode 11 : Nothing Scares Me - Little J knows there's something that scares him but he's even more scared of being found out.

Episode 12 : Territories - Big Cuz and Little J must put aside their differences to outwit a territorial magpie.

Episode 13 : Night Owl & Morning Maggie - Fascinated by an owl in the backyard, Little J turns nocturnal with disastrous results.

NEW Digital Media Resources Dealing With Issues And History Of R U OK? Day - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Digital Resources (Videos) are available in the SCHOOL LIBRARY area of the ClickView@Riverview Library within thePersonal Development Curriculum Area of ClickView@Riverview under the Topic Area entitled : R U OK? Day

Digital Resources include:

1.  Episode 01 : Brand New Day (Rated E)

Synopsis Of Program:

Forty-one year old Gavin Larkin was the ultimate alpha male with a seemingly perfect life. He was a highly successful advertising executive with friends in high places. But there was a problem. He was, as he says himself, 'a bit of a *****'. Gavin decided to change a few things and three years ago he used his marketing nous and his high profile contacts to create a national day of awareness called R U OK? Day. Within nine months, R U OK? Day achieved levels of awareness about depression and suicide prevention that other organisations had failed to achieve over the course of decades. But not long after the launch, the super fit indomitable Gavin was anything but okay.. (The Introduction Of "Brand New Day" with Australian Actor Jack Thompson)

2.  Episode 02 : Beyond OK (Rated E)

Synopsis Of Program:

Gavin Larkin was the ultimate alpha male : a highly successful advertising executive with friends in high places. But there was a problem with his seemingly perfect life. He was, as he says himself, 'a bit of a prick' and he was deeply unhappy. Gavin decided to change, and in 2009, he used his marketing nous and his high-profile contacts to create R U OK? Day, a national day of action to prevent suicide. But not long after the launch, the super-fit, indomitable Gavin was anything but okay. He died of cancer just after marking R U OK?'s third successful campaign. R U OK? Day has become one of the nation's most embraced days of action. Six years after we first aired the story of Gavin Larkin, we return to his family to see how Gavin's extraordinary legacy has helped sustain them through their grief.

NEW Documentary "The Third Industrial Revolution" In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

This VICE Media documentary covers many different topics in various curriculum areas and is are now available on ClickView@Riverview within the Feature Films and Documentaries curriculum area under the topic area "Feature Documentaries"

Synopsis Of Program:

The global economy is in crisis.

Our biosphere's inability to absorb human activity combined with the exhaustion of natural resources, declining productivity, slow growth, rising unemployment, and steep inequality, forces us to rethink our economic models. Where do we go from here?

In this compelling feature-length documentary, social and economic theorist Jeremy Rifkin lays out a road map to usher in a new era of sustainable development. 

A Third Industrial Revolution will unfold when three technologies emerge and converge: new communication, new sources of energy, and new modes of mobility. 

But, in the context of climate change, it needs to happen fast. Change of this magnitude requires political will and a profound ideological shift.

This program is Rated PG (Parental Guidance Recommended)

Teacher Professional Development : Inspirational Talks From Inspirational Educators

Embedding ClickView Video Content Into A Canvas Course Page With Brendan Mitchell (Series : ClickView Training Videos) (Rated E)

Redesign Of The Religion Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Religion Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Religon Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Aboriginal First Nation Peoples Christianity And Dreamtime Stories

TOPIC AREA : Buddhism

TOPIC AREA : Canonsiation Of Mary MacKillop

TOPIC AREA : Ethics And Ethical Responsibility

TOPIC AREA : God, Faith And Spirituality

TOPIC AREA : Hinduism

TOPIC AREA : Christianity : Historical Background

TOPIC AREA : Homelessness In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History

TOPIC AREA : Inspirational Stories From Inspirational People

TOPIC AREA : Islam And Islamic Culture In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Issues With Religions And Christianity In 21st Century Australia

TOPIC AREA : Issues With Religions And Christianity In The 21st Century

TOPIC AREA : Jesus Christ

TOPIC AREA : Judaism

TOPIC AREA : Poverty

TOPIC AREA : Religions Of The World : Historical Background

TOPIC AREA : Rituals Within The Catholic Church

TOPIC AREA : Sikhism

TOPIC AREA : Story Of Gemma Sisia And School Of Saint Jude

TOPIC AREA : The Bible

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Religion.

All new programs added to the Religion Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Health, Diet And Nutrition Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Health, Diet And Nutrition Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Health, Diet And Nutrition Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Diet

TOPIC AREA : First Aid Knowledge

TOPIC AREA : Food Allergies

TOPIC AREA : Health

TOPIC AREA : Medicine / Medical Advances

TOPIC AREA : Nutrition

TOPIC AREA : Obesity

TOPIC AREA : Public And Global Health Strategies

TOPIC AREA : Sugar And Caffeine In Food And Drinks

TOPIC AREA : Health, Diet And Nutrition - Regis Campus

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Health, Diet And Nutrition.

All new programs added to the Health, Diet And Nutrition Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

ClickView Train The Trainer Guide

NEW : Programs / Podcasts About The Crusades Within The Middle Ages History Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

NEW programs relating to the topic area 'The Crusades' within the Middle Ages History Curriculum Area within the History Curriculum Area are now available in the LIBRARIES area in ClickView@Riverview.

Episode 01 : The Holy War (Rated PG) (Series : The Crusades)

Dr Thomas Asbridge presents a revelatory account of the Crusades, the 200-year war between Christians and Muslims for control of the Holy Land. The story of the Crusades is remembered as a tale of religious fanaticism and unspeakable violence, but now fresh research, eyewitness testimony and contemporary evidence from both the Christian and Islamic worlds shed new light on how these two great religions waged war in the name of God.

Episode One in this series traces the epic journey of the first crusaders as they marched 3,000 miles from Europe to recapture the city of Jerusalem from Islam, enduring starvation, disease and bloodthirsty battle to reach their sacred goal, and then unleashed an appalling tide of barbaric violence upon their Muslim enemies. Yet far from being the invincible holy warriors of legend, Dr Asbridge reveals that these crusaders actually considered surrender in the midst of their titanic expedition.

Episode 02 : Clash Of The Titans (Rated PG) (Series : The Crusades)

In the second episode of this series, Dr Thomas Asbridge offers a piercing examination of the Third Crusade and the two renowned figures who have come to embody Crusader war : Richard the Lionheart, king of England, and the mighty Muslim sultan Saladin, unifier of Islam. Drawing on fascinating eyewitness accounts and contemporary records, Dr Asbridge constructs an insightful and nuanced picture of these men and their fiercely fought struggle for the Holy Land.

Almost perfectly matched as adversaries, these two titans of holy war clashed during a year-long campaign that raged across Palestine. Both were willing to commit appalling atrocities in pursuit of victory. Each brought the full force of his military genius, guile and cunning to bear, all in pursuit of the ultimate prize: Jerusalem. Dr Asbridge reveals how this shattering conflict brought Saladin and Richard to their knees, even as it served to forge their legends.

Episode 03 : Victory And Defeat (Rated PG) (Series : The Crusades)

In the concluding episode of the series, Dr Thomas Asbridge reveals that the outcome of these epic holy wars was decided not on the hallowed ground of Jerusalem, but in Egypt. As trade blossomed between Christians and Muslims and the Mongol hordes arrived from Asia, a saintly French king - afire with crusading zeal - and the most remarkable Muslim leader of the Middle Ages fought for ultimate victory in the East.

Drawing upon eyewitness chronicles and the latest archaeological evidence, Dr Asbridge argues that it was a fearsome slave-warrior from the Russian Steppes - now forgotten in the West - who finally sealed the fate of the crusades. And, most controversially of all, Asbridge challenges the popular misconception that the medieval crusades sparked a clash of civilisations between Islam and the West that continues to this day.

Crusader Medicine (Rated Unrated) (Podcasts : Middle Ages History - The Crusades)

Crusader battlefields were the Emergency Wards of the medieval period of European history where injured knights received medical treatment provided by monks. Today's well known names, such as St John's Ambulance, have their origins in these monastic medical orders.

Saladin And The Islamic Empire (Rated Unrated) (Podcasts : Middle Ages History - The Crusades)

Malek Nasser Yusef Saladin was a charismatic Muslim leader who united the Arabs and fought off the Christian crusaders in the 12th century.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital resources for the Middle Ages History - The Crusades Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW : Programs About Gambling Education Within The Personal Development Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

NEW programs relating to the topic area 'Gambling Education' within the Personal Development Curriculum Area are now available in the LIBRARIES area in ClickView@Riverview.

Gambling Addicts (Rated M15+) (Series : You Can’t Ask That) (Topic Area : Gambling Education)

Diverse Australians living in judgement confront prejudice and discrimination head-on. The show asks the hard questions and turns the answers into surprising moments of honesty and heart-warming humour. You Can't Ask That asks gambling addicts the awkward, inappropriate or uncomfortable questions you've always wanted to know the answers to, but never had the guts to ask.

(Viewer Advice : This Program Contains Coarse Language)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital resources for the topic area Gambling Education within the Personal Development Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW : Programs About Racism, Prejudice, Cultural and Human Differences Within The Personal Development Curriculum Area - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

NEW programs relating to the topic area Racism, Prejudice, Cultural and Human Differences Curriculum Area within the Personal Development Curriculum Area are now available in the LIBRARIES area in ClickView@Riverview.

Down Syndrome (Rated M15+) (Series : You Can’t Ask That) (Topic Area : Racism, Prejudice, Cultural and Human Differences)

Diverse Australians living in judgement confront prejudice and discrimination head-on. The show asks the hard questions and turns the answers into surprising moments of honesty and heart-warming humour. People with Down syndrome are often faced with a world that believes they don't have much to contribute. In this heart-warming & challenging episode, we give them a chance to speak for themselves.

(Viewer Advice : This Program Contains Coarse Language)

African Australians (Rated G) (Series : You Can’t Ask That In The Classroom) (Topic Area : Racism, Prejudice, Cultural and Human Differences)

In this special classroom edition of You Can't Ask That, a diverse mix of African Australians are asked outrageous questions about racism, poverty, and hair. Their answers are anything but black and white.

Deaf (Rated G) (Series : You Can’t Ask That In The Classroom) (Topic Area : Racism, Prejudice, Cultural and Human Differences)

What does being deaf feel like? What do deaf people wish they could hear? Through sign and speech, eight profoundly deaf Australians give a unique insight into their lives in this special classroom edition of You Can't Ask That.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new digital media resources for the Racism, Prejudice, Cultural And Human Differences topic area within the Personal Development Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Redesign Of The Ancient History Curriculum Area In The LIBRARIES Area Of ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Ancient History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Ancient History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Australia

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Britain : The Celts

TOPIC AREA : Ancient China

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Egypt

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Greece

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Greece : Spartan Society

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Japan : Japan Under The Shoguns

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Rome

TOPIC AREA : Ancient Rome : Cities Of Vesuvius - Pompeii And Herculaneum

TOPIC AREA : Introduction To Ancient History

TOPIC AREA : Neolithic And Neanderthal Man

TOPIC AREA : Siege Of Masada - Jewish / Roman Wars (73 To 74 BC)

TOPIC AREA : Spanish Conquest Of The Americas : General Historical Analysis

TOPIC AREA : Spanish Conquest Of The Americas : The Aztec Empire

TOPIC AREA : Spanish Conquest Of The Americas : The Inca Empire

TOPIC AREA : Spanish Conquest Of The Americas : The Maya Empire

TOPIC AREA : The Ottoman Empire

TOPIC AREA : The Vikings

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Ancient History.

All new programs added to the Ancient History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Biographical Feature Documentary - RBG (Ruth Bader Ginsburg) (Rated PG) - Now Available In The Feature Documentaries Curriculum Area In Biographical Feature Documentaries Area As Part Of The School Library (LIBRARIES) Section In ClickView@Riverview

At the age of 84, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. 

But without a definitive Ginsburg biography, the unique personal journey of this diminutive, quiet warrior's rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans - until now. 

RBG is a revelatory documentary exploring Ginsburg's exceptional life and career from documentary filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen.

This Feature Documentary is rated PG and contains Occasional Mild Coarse Language.

NEW : Programs / Podcasts About The Geography Global Studies Topic - Battle Against Islamic State In Syria, Iraq And The Philippines - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Various programs and podcasts relating to the current Geography Global Studies Topic of Battle Against Islamic State In Syria, Iraq And The Philippines are now available on ClickView@Riverview.

The programs and podcasts are :

PODCAST : ISIS To Finally Fall? (Rated Unrated) (Podcasts : Global Studies - Battle Against Islamic State In Syria, Iraq And The Philippines)

PROGRAM : On The Frontline Of The Final Days Of Islamic State's 'Caliphate' (Rated Unrated) (Series : 7:30 Report)

PROGRAM : Final Victory In The Battle Against ISIS (Islamic State) Is Now In Sight (Rated Unrated) (Series : VICE News Tonight)

PROGRAM : What Does The Battle For Marawi Mean For Terrorism In Our Region? (Rated Unrated) (Series : 7:30 Report)

PROGRAM : The Oasis (Rated Unrated) (Series : Foreign Correspondent)

Also within this topic area includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to this topic area of interest in the curriculum for Geography - Global Studies Topic - Battle Against Islamic State In Syria, Iraq And The Philippines.

All new programs added to the Geography - Geography Global Studies Topic - Battle Against Islamic State In Syria, Iraq And The Philippines Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in this area in ClickView@Riverview.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new topic area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Embedding ClickView Videos Into A Canvas Course Page : General Overview (Series : ClickView Training Videos) (Rated E)

NEW Redesign Of The Modern History Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

In regards to ClickView@Riverview, a new design relating to Representation Of ANZAC stories within the theatres of war topic areas such as World War I, World War II, Vietnam War and Afghanistan and Iraq War has now been setup in the Modern History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily relating to ANZAC stories within a particular theatre of war topic areas within ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

NEW TOPIC AREA : Afghanistan And Iraq War (2001-)

NEW SUB-TOPIC AREA : Representations Of ANZAC - Afghanistan And Iraq War (2001-)

SERIES : Afghanistan : Inside Australia's War

SERIES : Four Corners

PROGRAM : Tour Of Duty : Australia’s Secret War

NEW TOPIC AREA : Representations Of ANZAC - Historical Analysis (General)

TOPIC AREA : Representations Of ANZAC - Regis Campus

SERIES : A Current Affair

SERIES : ABC News : Reflections Of ANZAC - Historical Analysis

SERIES : Australians At War

SERIES : In Their Footsteps

TOPIC AREA : Anzac Day / Gallipoli - Lone Pine / Darwin / Villers-Bretonneux Commemoration Services

PROGRAM : The Digger : A History

PROGRAM : Why ANZAC With Sam Neill

TOPIC AREA : Vietnam War (1955-1975)

NEW SUB-TOPIC AREA : Representations Of ANZAC - Vietnam War (1955-1975)

PODCASTS : Representations Of ANZAC - Vietnam War (1955-1975)

SERIES : Vietnam : The War That Made Australia

PROGRAM : Long Tan : The True Story

PROGRAM : The Battle Of Fire Support Base Coral

PROGRAM : The Battle Of Long Tan

TOPIC AREA : World War I (1914-1918)

NEW SUB-TOPIC AREA : Representations Of ANZAC - World War I (1914-1918)

DRAMA SERIES : Anzac Girls

DRAMA SERIES : Gallipoli

PODCASTS : Representations Of ANZAC - World War I (1914-1918)

SERIES : 7.30 Report

SERIES : ANZAC Battlefields : The Western Front

SERIES : Catalyst

SERIES : Four Corners

SERIES : Sixty Minutes

SERIES : Sunday Night

SERIES : The Memorial : Beyond The ANZAC Legend

SERIES : The War That Changed Us

PROGRAM : Anzac Day : World War I (Senior Secondary Version)

PROGRAM : Charles Bean's Great War

PROGRAM : Gallipoli : The Frontline Experience

PROGRAM : Gallipoli From Above : The Untold Story

PROGRAM : Legacy Of The World War One Aviators

PROGRAM : Monash : The Forgotten Anzac

PROGRAM : The Waler : Australia's Great War Horse

PROGRAM : Western Front : Last Survivors Tell All

TOPIC AREA : World War II (1939-1945)

NEW SUB-TOPIC AREA : Representations Of ANZAC - World War II (1939-1945)

SERIES : Australia's Secret Heroes

SERIES : Desert War

SERIES : Kokoda Documentary

SERIES : World War II : Australian Experience

TOPIC AREA : St Ignatius College, Riverview At Kokoda

PROGRAM : Beyond Kokoda

PROGRAM : He's Coming South

PROGRAM : Parer's War

PROGRAM : Sydney At War

PROGRAM : The Bombing Of Darwin : An Awkward Truth

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for specific ANZAC stories relating to topics in theatres of war.

All new programs added to ANZAC stories relating to a specific theatre of war topic area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new Modern History Topic Areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Topic Area Entitled Russian Empire Under Romanov Rule (1613-1917) In The Modern History Curriculum Area Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new topic area entitled Russian Empire Under Romanov Rule (1613-1917) has now been setup in the Modern History Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate resources relating to the topic area of interest relating to for Russian Empire Under Romanov Rule (1613-1917) within the Modern History curriculum area in ClickView@Riverview. 

All new resources relating to Russian Empire Under Romanov Rule (1613-1917) will be added to this topic area in ClickView@Riverview.

Current programs in this topic area on ClickView@Riverview include :

The Romanovs (Rated Unrated) (Series : Late Night Live) (Podcasts : Modern History - Russian Empire Under Romanov Rule (1613-1917)

Episode 01 : Reinventing Russia (Rated PG) (Series : Empire Of The Tsars : Romanov Russia)

Episode 02 : Age Of Extremes (Rated PG) (Series : Empire Of The Tsars : Romanov Russia)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Modern History topic area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Food And Hospitality Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Food And Hospitality Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Food And Hospitality Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Careers In The Hospitality Industry

TOPIC AREA : Coffee And Cafe Industry

TOPIC AREA : Cooking Skills

TOPIC AREA : Food And Hospitality Safety

TOPIC AREA : Food Industry

TOPIC AREA : Food Presentation

TOPIC AREA : Kitchen Skills

TOPIC AREA : Safety In The Kitchen

TOPIC AREA : What Is Hospitality?

TOPIC AREA : Working In The Hospitality Industry

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Food And Hospitality.

All new programs added to the Food And Hospitality Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Feature Documentary "Ai Weiwei : Never Sorry" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Ai Weiwei : Never Sorry is the first feature-length film about the internationally renowned Chinese artist and activist, Ai Weiwei. In recent years, Ai has garnered international attention as much for his ambitious artwork as his political provocations. 

Ai Weiwei : Never Sorry examines this complex intersection of artistic practice and social activism as seen through the life and art of China's preeminent contemporary artist. 

From 2008 to 2010, Beijing-based journalist and filmmaker Alison Klayman gained unprecedented access to Ai Weiwei. Klayman documented Ai's artistic process in preparation for major museum exhibitions, his intimate exchanges with family members and his increasingly public clashes with the Chinese government. 

Klayman's detailed portrait of the artist provides a nuanced exploration of contemporary China and one of its most compelling public figures.

This Feature Documentary is Rated M15+ and the program contains Adult Themes and Coarse Language.

NEW French Culture Series "France : Palace Of Versailles / French Impressionist Artist Claude Monet's Garden At Giverny" From Series "The Great Outdoors" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

 

Escape to luxurious getaway locations with one of Australia's favourite travel and lifestyle programs, The Great Outdoors.

Take a tour of France's greatest gardens including the Palace of Versailles and French Impressionist Painter Monet's stunning Garden at Giverny.

This program is rated G (For General Exhibition)

NEW 7.30 Report Series "Population - Australia 2050" on Future Population Growth For Australia - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

In a special three-part series "Population - Australia 2050", ABC's 7.30 Report looks at an issue that seems to underpin many of our national anxieties : Population. 

Immigration, the economy, housing, congestion - they all come down to how many people live here. Australia's population growth has radically changed our country during the past few decades. It is influenced by things such as the number of people moving permanently to Australia, a falling birth rate and an ageing population.

7.30's Reporter Andy Park is taking a look at how these forces are changing our cities, our suburbs and our regions.

All episodes in this series are rated E.

Episode 01 : Australia's Population - How Big Is Too Big? 

Australia’s population growth has radically altered our country over the past few decades, with high net migration, a falling birth rate and an aging population all playing their role. These forces have changed and are changing our cities, our suburbs and our regional areas. 7.30's Andy Park is taking a look at how these forces are changing our cities, our suburbs and our regions. In this episode, we start in the suburbs to chart the health of the great Australian dream.

Episode 02 : How Australia Will Cope With The Rise Of The Mega City?

In the second episode on Australia's population growth, Andy Park looks at cities. They draw almost 90 per cent of Australia's migrants, yet are poorly equipped to manage our burgeoning population. To help ease the strain in Australia's biggest capital, Sydney, it'll soon be divided into three separate cities. But as Andy Park reports, not everyone is convinced that high-density living goes hand in hand with the quality of life ustralians have come to expect.

Episode 03 : How Can We Encourage Migrants Out Of Our Crowded Cities And Into Regional Towns?

Population Minister, Alan Tudge, has signalled the intention to make migrants settle in regional areas for up to five years to try and reduce the squeeze in the cities. It's not the first time these kind of settlement programs have been attempted. There are some success stories, but also some vital history lessons for regional areas trying to boost their populations. In the final episode in this series, Andy Park takes a look at some of the lessons from the past and the regions hoping to boost their populations.

NEW Catalyst Series "Feeding Australia" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

To many people, organic or wild caught food is the best and healthiest produce to eat. 

But in 2050, when Australia’s population hits 40 million, we may have to find more sustainable ways to farm our food than nature currently provides. 

Chef Paul West, Nutritionist Professor Clare Collins and Dr Noby Leong travel across Australia to meet the growers and scientists who are making key breakthroughs in this field. 

This two-part series reveals how science and technology are set to transform food production and shape what we might be eating in the coming decades.

Both episodes in this series are rated E.

Episode 01 : Feeding Australia - Foods Of Tomorrow

Episode 02 : Feeding Australia - A Sustainable Future

NEW Indigenous (Australian First Nations) Series "Little J And Big Cuz LANGUAGE VERSIONS" - Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Little J, he’s five and Big Cuz, she’s nine. They’re a couple of Indigenous Australian kids living with their Nanna and Old Dog. Little J and Big Cuz are busy with the ups and downs of playground and classroom. 

There’s always something surprising going on whether it’s at school, in the backyard... or beyond. The gaps in Nanna’s ramshackle fence lead to Saltwater, Desert and Freshwater Country. 

With the help of Nanna and their teacher Ms Chen, Little J and Big Cuz are finding out all about culture, community and country.

All episodes in this series are Rated G.

They are spoken in various Australian First Nations (Indigenous) Languages with English Subtitles.

This series is located in the Aboriginal Studies Curriculum Area under the Topic Area "Language" then in the sub-folder Drama Series "Big J And Little Cuz Language Versions"

Episode Guide:

Episode 01 : Lucky Undies (Arrernte Language Version)

When B Boy comes to stay, Little J is miffed - until they work together caring for an injured baby kangaroo. (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Arrernte Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 02 : Night Owl & Morning Maggie (Djambarrpuyngu Yawuru Language Version)

Fascinated by an owl in the backyard, Little J turns nocturnal with disastrous results. (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Djambarrpuyngu Yawuru Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 03 : Goanna Ate My Homework (Pitjantjatjara Language Version)

Little J gets confused hunting bush tucker when he follows his own tracks. (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Pitjantjatjara Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 04 : Lucky Undies (Walmajarri Language Version)

Little J's new undies have special powers - so how can he play basketball without them? (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Walmajarri Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 05 : Nothing Scares Me (Djambarrpuyngu Yawuru Language Version)

Little J knows there's something that scares him but he's even more scared of being found out. (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Djambarrpuyngu Yawuru Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 06 : New Tricks (Arrernte Language Version)

Little J frets that his dream of being an acrobat is not the RIGHT dream... (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Arrernte Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 07 : Hopalong (Palawa Kani Language Version)

When B Boy comes to stay, Little J is miffed - until they work together caring for an injured baby kangaroo. (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Palawa Kani Language With English Subtitles)

Episode 08 : Old Monster Dog (Pitjantjatjara Language Version)

Little J is convinced there's a real live monster in the backyard. (From Australia, in Australian First Nations Pitjantjatjara Language With English Subtitles)

New Series For Religious Education Now Available On ClickView@Riverview - Filthy Rich And Homeless ; Series Two

Synopsis Of Program:

Filthy Rich & Homeless is an honest and compassionate exploration of what it’s like to be homeless in Australia today as it shines a light on a part of our society often overlooked and ignored.

Five high-profile Australians with the potential to effect real change will swap their privileged lives to discover what life is like for the nation's homeless in the country's most expensive city: Sydney. 

This series stars actor and broadcaster Cameron Daddo, charity fundraiser and Sydney socialite Skye Leckie, author and journalist Benjamin Law, politician and activist Alex Greenwich, and singer and Instagram star Alli Simpson.

This series is located in the LIBRARIES section of ClickView in the Religion Curriculum Area. It is then located in the Topic Area "Homelessness In Australia" under the Series Subfolder Filthy Rich And Homeless ; Series Two.

All of the episodes in the series are rated M15+ (For Mature Audiences). 

SBS also advises that the episodes contains material that may be distressing to some viewers.

Also included with each episode are Teacher Resources from SBS Education that can be used when engaging with students about this series.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new programs for ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

How To View Interactive Video Analytics Using ClickView

Bring Shakespeare To Life With ClickView's Lesson Plans

Pedagogy In Teaching : The Pedagogy Behind ClickView's Interactive Video Function

Follow Brendan Mitchell, ClickView Advisor at ClickView Australia as he shows you some of the pedagogical applications of the Interactive Videos feature on ClickView.

Redesign Of The Geography Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Geography Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Geography Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Air

TOPIC AREA : Air, Water And Soil Pollution

TOPIC AREA : Air, Water And Soil Pollution In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Amazon Region In South America

TOPIC AREA : Animal Geography

TOPIC AREA : Animal Geography And Australia

TOPIC AREA : Antarctica

TOPIC AREA : Anthropology, People, Society And Economic Activity

TOPIC AREA : Australia's Role In The World

TOPIC AREA : Cities

TOPIC AREA : Climate Change

TOPIC AREA : Coastal And River Catchment Areas

TOPIC AREA : Conservation Movement

TOPIC AREA : Disasters

TOPIC AREA : Disasters - Bushfires In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Disasters - Cyclones, Hurricanes, Tornadoes And Tsunamis

TOPIC AREA : Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Disasters - Earthquakes

TOPIC AREA : Disasters - Flood Emergencies Around The World

TOPIC AREA : Disasters - Flood Emergencies In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Ecosystems And Continents

TOPIC AREA : Ecosystems In Sydney

TOPIC AREA : Ecotourism And Tourism

TOPIC AREA : Energy Security And Production

TOPIC AREA : Exploration And Explorers

TOPIC AREA : Food Production And Food Security

TOPIC AREA : Geographical Profile Of Australia

TOPIC AREA : Geographical Profiles Of Countries

TOPIC AREA : Globalisation, Trade And Development

TOPIC AREA : Great Barrier Reef

TOPIC AREA : Immigration And Australia

TOPIC AREA : Inspirational Stories From Inspirational People

TOPIC AREA : Issues In Geography

TOPIC AREA : Mining

TOPIC AREA : Mountains

TOPIC AREA : Murray-Darling Basin

TOPIC AREA : Population Growth And Australia

TOPIC AREA : Population Growth And The World

TOPIC AREA : Refugees / Asylum Seekers Issue Around The World

TOPIC AREA : Refugees / Asylum Seekers Issue In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Slums

TOPIC AREA : Sustainability, Waste And Recycling

TOPIC AREA : Transportation

TOPIC AREA : Urbanisation

TOPIC AREA : Urbanisation In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Volcanoes

TOPIC AREA : Water, Rivers And Oceans

TOPIC AREA : Weather

TOPIC AREA : Weather In Australia

TOPIC AREA : What Is Geography?

TOPIC AREA : Wollongong Region In New South Wales

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Geography.

All new programs added to the Geography Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Digital Citizenship : Encouraging Healthy Social Media Use During The Holiday Period And For Life

Australian teenagers spend a shocking 1,200 hours on social media each year. 
With the holidays fast approaching, it’s important for students to understand the impact of social media and learn to stay in touch over the summer in ways that won't jeopardise their sense of self. 

In the ClickView@Riverview LIBRARIES section in the Digital Citizenship Curriculum Area, there is a ClickView series dedicated to helping Riverview students identify negative habits, learn tips for healthier social media use, and stay happy over the breaks during 2018.

ClickView TV Guide For Educators

ClickView@Riverview - A General Video Walkthrough Of ClickView For Teachers

NEW ClickView@Riverview Training Program : ClickView For Science Teachers Webinar : 25th February 2019 (Rated Unrated) (ClickView Training Programs) (Topic Area : Using ClickView In The Classroom Series)

This is a recording of the Science For Teachers webinar presented by ClickView on the 25th February 2019 where ClickView Advisor Kerry Thomas - a science teacher for sixteen years - talked through some of the strategies for leveraging ClickView use in a science classroom.

NEW ClickView@Riverview Training Program : ClickView For English Teachers Webinar : 11th February 2019 (Rated Unrated) (ClickView Training Programs) (Topic Area : Using ClickView In The Classroom Series)

This is a recording of the English for Teachers webinar presented by ClickView on the 11th February 2019.

The Complete Series "A Director Prepares : Bobby Roth's Masterclass" - Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

A Director Prepares takes viewers on a journey through every stage of film production. Bobby Roth tells the story of how film is made from the unprecedented perspective of one working director’s collaborations with over fifty industry professionals––all of whom have worked with Bobby on at least one project.

The series contains extensive interviews include actors, showrunners, editors, cinematographers, and more. Paired with never-before-seen B-Roll, Bobby’s own production documents (such as scripts, shot lists, and storyboards), and clips from dozens of finished shows.

Through case studies from Bobby’s diverse and extensive background in both film and television, the series examines the whole process from script to shot list to dailies to finished product.

The series compares Bobby’s work on iconic television shows like Lost, Prison Break, and Grey’s Anatomy, to his own independent features, such as Heartbreakers, Jack the Dog, Berkeley, and Manhood, and showcase the different learning experiences that directing television can offer for independent filmmakers, and vice versa.

This dual approach is unique to documentaries about directing, and offers a fresh platform for learning the craft.

The series is located within the Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area of ClickView@Riverview under the Topic Area entitled Techniques : Film, Television, And Digital Media, then the Series sub-folder entitled A Director Prepares : Bobby Roth's Masterclass.

Episodes in this series include :

Episode 01 : Preparation And Imagination (Rated M15+)

Episode 02 : How To Read A Script (Rated PG)

Episode 03 : Designing Shots (Rated M15+)

Episode 04 : Casting (Rated M15+)

Episode 05 : Time (Rated M15+)

Episode 06 : Collaboration (Rated M15+)

Episode 07 : How To Get Actors To Do What You Want - Part One (Rated M15+)

Episode 08 : How To Get Actors To Do What You Want - Part Two (Rated M15+)

Episode 09 : Editing (Rated M15+)

Episode 10 : The Business (Rated PG)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about programs for ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

The Complete Series "The Story Of Film : An Odyssey" - Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Six years in the making, this 15-part series covers the film landscape from silent cinema to the modern day digital era.

All episodes in this series are varied from Rated PG to Rated MA15+.

The series is located within the Photographic And Digital Media Studies Curriculum Area of ClickView@Riverview under the Topic Area entitled Historical Background : Film, Television, Photographic And Digital Media, then the Series sub-folder entitled The Story Of Film : An Odyssey.

Episodes in this series include :

Episode 01 : 1895-1918 : The World Discovers A New Artform (Rated M15+)

Episode 02 : 1918-1928 : The Triumph of American Film (Rated PG)

Episode 03 : 1928-1932 : The Great Rebel Filmmakers (Rated M15+)

Episode 04 : 1930s : The Great American Movie Genres (Rated PG)

Episode 05 : 1939-1952 : The Devastation Of War (Rated M15+)

Episode 06 : 1953-1957 : The Swollen Story (Rated M15+)

Episode 07 : 1957-1964 : The Shock Of The New (Rated M15+)

Episode 08 : 1965-1969 : New Waves Sweep Around The World (Rated MA15+)

Episode 09 : 1967-1979 : New American Cinema (Rated M15+)

Episode 10 : 1969-1979 : Radical Directors In The 70s - Make State Of The Nation Movies (Rated MA15+)

Episode 11 : 1970's And Onwards - Innovation In Popular Culture Around The World (Rated MA15+)

Episode 12 : 1980's : Moviemaking And Protest Around The World (Rated M15+)

Episode 13 : 1990-1998 : The Last Days Of Celluoid Before The Coming Of Digital (Rated MA15+)

Episode 14 : 1990s : The First Days Of Digital - Reality Losing Its Realness In America And Australia (Rated MA15+)

Episode 15 : 2000 Onwards : Film Moves Full Circle And The Future Of Movies (Rated MA15+)

NEW Programs, Podcasts And Feature Films Relating To Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History / Jesuit Religious Feature Films - Available In The LIBRARIES Section Within The Religion Curriculum Area And Feature Films And Documentaries Area Of ClickView@R

In the TOPIC AREA of Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History within the Religion Curriculum Area of ClickView@Riverview, here is a list of current resources for students and staff to access through ClickView@Riverview :

PODCASTS : Religion - Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History (Various Programs From ABC Radio National)

SERIES : Compass (Various Episodes Relating To Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History)

SERIES : Ignatian Children's Holiday Camps (Programs From Past Camps)

SERIES : Jesuit Mission (Series About Jesuit Missions Around The World)

SERIES : SBS Dateline Episodes (Various Episodes Relating To Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History)

Program : Cave Of St Ignatius De Loyola In Manresa

Program : Inigo : A Fourfold Evocation Of The Life Of St Ignatius Loyola

Program : Jesuit Journeys

Program : Jesuits On ... Francis Xavier

Program : Montserrat

Program : Pedro Arrupe : His Life And Legacy

Program : People, History And Wines Of Seven Hill

Program : The Life Of Ignatius Loyola (Narrated By Father Andy Bullen)

Also, within the FEATURE FILMS AND DOCUMENTARIES curriculum area of ClickView@Riverview, there is the topic area of Religious Stories Feature Films. Within this area, there is a sub-section topic area called Jesuit Religious Stories Feature Films.

In the TOPIC AREA of Jesuit Religious Stories Feature Films, here is a list of current resources for students and staff to access through ClickView@Riverview :

Feature Film : Black Robe (1991) (Rated M15+) (This Program Contains Medium Level Violence And Sexual References)

Feature Film : Francis : Pray For Me (2015) (Rated PG) (From Spain, in Spanish Language with English Subtitles) (This Program Contains Mild Themes, Sexual References And Infrequent Coarse Language)

Feature Film : Silence (2016) (Rated MA15+) (This Program Contains Strong Violence)

Feature Film : The Mission (1986) (Rated PG) (This Program Contains Medium Level Violence)

These topic areas will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate films relating to the topic area of interest in the curriculum for Dystopian Feature Films within the Feature Films and Documentaries Curriculum Area.

All new films relating to a Ignatian Spirituality And Jesuit History plus Jesuit Religious Stories Feature Filmswill be added and located in these curriculum areas in ClickView@Riverview.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about resources relating to Ignatian Spirituality and Jesuit History for ClickView@Rivevriew, please contact myself on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW - Procedures In How To Use ClickView@Riverview School Library (LIBRARIES) with ViVi In Your Learning Space And Meeting Rooms At Riverview

NEW Programs About Homelessness In Australia Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Various programs relating to Homelessness In Australia are now available on ClickView@Riverview within the Religion Curriculum area under the Topic Area "Homelessness In Australia"

The programs are :

PROGRAM : Concerns Over The Rise In The Number Of Elderly Who Are Homeless (Rated E) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Breaking The Hospital-Homeless Cycle (Rated E) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Life Through The Eyes Of People Who Are Homeless (Rated E) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : The Aged Care Residents Cooking For The Homeless (Rated E) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : What's Life Really Like On The Streets When You're Homeless? (Rated E) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Homeless Support Service Event Offers Health Check-Ups And Haircuts In Parramatta (Rated E) (Series : ABC News - New South Wales) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Episode 04 : Australia Wide - Choir Of Hard Knocks Ten Years Birthday Celebrations (Rated E) (Series : Choir Of Hard Knocks) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Cold Hands, Warm Heart (Rated PG) (Series : Compass) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Homelessness Crisis Worsening With Camps Being Set Up On City Streets In Melbourne's Outer West (Rated E) (Series : Lateline) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

PROGRAM : Safe And Sound? How Funding Mix Affects Homelessness Support For Indigenous Australians (Rated E) (Series : NITV News) (Topic Area : Homelessness In Australia)

NEW Programs / Podcasts About The Drought Crisis Around Australia For Geography And Agriculture Now Available In The School Library (LIBRARIES) Area In ClickView@Riverview

Various programs and podcasts relating to the current Drought Crisis around Australia are now available on ClickView@Riverview.

The programs and podcasts are :

PROGRAM : Episode 01 : The Big Dry - How One Farming Family Is Coping (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Series : The Big Dry - 2018)

PROGRAM : Episode 02 : The Big Dry - Maintaining Hope After Five Years Of Drought (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Series : The Big Dry - 2018)

PROGRAM : Episode 03 : The Big Dry - Stock Dying, Families Struggling And No End In Sight / Drought Policy A 'difficult, complex challenge' : Interview With Farmers' Federation Chief Tony Mahar (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Series : The Big Dry - 2018)

PROGRAM : Episode 04 : The Big Dry - Emergency Drought Relief Package 'Not Enough', Says Edwina Robertson (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Series : The Big Dry - 2018)

PROGRAM : Episode 05 : The Big Dry - Interview With Farmer Brendan Cullen On The Drought (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Series : The Big Dry - 2018)

PROGRAM : Episode 06 : The Big Dry - Farmers Question Drought Policy : More Band Aid Than Farm Aid? (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : 7.30 Report) (Series : The Big Dry - 2018)

PROGRAM : Country In Crisis / Interview With National Farmers Federation CEO Tony Mahar (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : A Current Affair)

PROGRAM : The Long Paddock (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : Sixty Minutes)

PROGRAM : Episode 01 : The Farming Families Doing It Tough Through The Drought Crisis (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : The Project)

PROGRAM : Episode 02 : How The Drought Is Pushing Farmers To Breaking Point (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : The Project)

PROGRAM : Episode 03 : The Towns Slowly Dying From Drought (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : The Project)

PROGRAM : Episode 04 : The Towns Struck By Bushfire And Drought (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : The Project)

PROGRAM : Episode 05 : The Kids Doing It Tough In The Drought (Rated E) (Geography) (Topic : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia) (Topic Area : Drought In Australia - 2018) (Series : The Project)

PODCAST : The Big Dry : How Drought Affects Economies (Rated Unrated) (Geography) (Topic Area : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia (Podcasts : Geography : Natural Disasters - Drought Emergencies In Australia)

If you have any further questions and/or queries about new programs for ClickView@Riverview, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

NEW Redesign Of The Visual Arts Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest (incorporating Individual Art Movements) has now been setup in the Visual Arts Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Visual Arts Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC : African Art And Artists

TOPIC : American Art And Artists

TOPIC : Architects And Architecture

TOPIC : Art Techniques For Painting And Drawing

TOPIC : Asian Art And Artists

TOPIC : Current Issues In Modern Contemporary Visual Arts

TOPIC : Historical Background : Art Movements

TOPIC : Historical Background : Art Nouveau Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Australian Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Baroque Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : British Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Classical Art And Artists Series

TOPIC : Historical Background : Impressionism And Post-Impressionism Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Medieval Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Modern Contemporary Art

TOPIC : Historical Background : Renaissance Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Romanticism Art And Artists

TOPIC : Historical Background : Surrealism (Surrealist) Art And Artists

TOPIC : Modern Contemporary Australian Art And Artists

TOPIC : Modern Contemporary Australian Artists : Brett Whiteley

TOPIC : Modern Contemporary International Art And Artists

TOPIC : Sculptors And Sculpture

TOPIC : Street And Grafitti Art And Artists

Visual Arts - Regis Campus

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Visual Arts.

All new programs added to the Visual Arts Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

New History Topic Area For "The Holocaust (Shoah) (World War II : 1939-1945)" Now Setup In The Modern History Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A New History Topic Area entitled “The Holocaust (Shoah) (World War II : 1939-1945)” has now been setup in the Modern History Curriculum Area in ClickView as a subcategory.

This area includes programs / series such as:

PODCASTS : Unseen Holocaust Film (Rated Unrated)

PROGRAM : After Milgram : Obedience And Identity (Rated M15+)

PROGRAM : Imaginary Witness : Hollywood And The Holocaust (Rated MA15+)

PROGRAM : A Witness To History (Rated PG)

All single individual documentaries as well are also now located in this topic area PLUS any new programs added to ClickView@Riverview on this topic will be now located in this topic area. 

If you have any further questions and/or queries about this new Modern History topic area, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Senior Physics Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Senior Physics Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Senior Physics Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity

TOPIC AREA : Energy And Matter

TOPIC AREA : Force And Motion

TOPIC AREA : Gravity

TOPIC AREA : Light

TOPIC AREA : Newton Law's Of Motion

TOPIC AREA : Nuclear Power

TOPIC AREA : Physics Experiments

TOPIC AREA : Physics Of Car Crashes

TOPIC AREA : Physics Of Construction

TOPIC AREA : Physics Of Electricity

TOPIC AREA : The Universe

TOPIC AREA : Waves

All new programs added to ClickView will be now located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Senior Chemistry Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Senior Chemistry Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Senior Chemistry Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Acids, Bases And Salts

TOPIC AREA : Atoms And Molecules

TOPIC AREA : Chemical Bonding

TOPIC AREA : Chemical Properties Of Metals And Polymers

TOPIC AREA : Chemistry Experiments

TOPIC AREA : Current Issues / Developments In Chemistry

TOPIC AREA : Elements

TOPIC AREA : Fluids

TOPIC AREA : History Of Chemistry

TOPIC AREA : Matter 

TOPIC AREA : Periodic Table Of Elements

TOPIC AREA : Physical And Chemical Reactions

TOPIC AREA : Separation Of Substances And Elements

All new programs added to ClickView will be now located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Senior Biology Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Senior Biology Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Senior Biology Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Animals And Insects

TOPIC AREA : Brain

TOPIC AREA : Cancer

TOPIC AREA : Cells And Organisms

TOPIC AREA : Charles Darwin's Theory Of Evolution

TOPIC AREA : Current Issues, Ethics And Technological Developments In Biology

TOPIC AREA : Ebola Virus

TOPIC AREA : Genetics, Cloning And DNA 

TOPIC AREA : Human Body

TOPIC AREA : Human Race

TOPIC AREA : Human Reproduction

TOPIC AREA : Life

TOPIC AREA : Plants

TOPIC AREA : Viruses And Infections

All new programs added to ClickView will be now located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Astronomy And Space Exploration Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Astronomy and Space Exploration Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Astronomy and Space Exploration Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Space Exploration

TOPIC AREA : The Earth

TOPIC AREA : The Moon

TOPIC AREA : The Solar System

TOPIC AREA : The Universe

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Astronomy and Space Exploration.

All new programs added to the Astronomy and Space Exploration Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au

Redesign Of The Economics And Commerce Curriculum Area In ClickView@Riverview

A new design using TOPIC AREAS of interest has now been setup in the Economics And Commerce Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

This will facilitate in which programs can be found more easily in the Economics And Commerce Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview.

The TOPIC AREAS of interest include :

TOPIC AREA : Australian Economy

TOPIC AREA : Australian Politics And The Federal Government

TOPIC AREA : Banking And Finance Industries

TOPIC AREA : Consumer Culture

TOPIC AREA : Cryptocurrencies And Cryptomarkets

TOPIC AREA : Economic Theories

TOPIC AREA : Economics And Commerce : Historical Background

TOPIC AREA : Economists

TOPIC AREA : Globalisation And The World Global Economy

TOPIC AREA : Irish Economic Crisis : 2010

TOPIC AREA : Money

TOPIC AREA : Unemployment And Jobs In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Union Movement In Australia

TOPIC AREA : Wealth, Inequality And Debt In Australia

Also within these topic areas includes Podcasts as well from the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) and other sources.

This will now make it easier for both students and staff to locate programs and series relating to the topic areas of interest in the curriculum for Economics And Commerce.

All new programs added to the Economics And Commerce Curriculum Area in ClickView@Riverview will be located in their respective topic area of interest.

If you have any further questions and/or queries about these new topic areas, please contact Mr Mark Dudgeon on extn 8265 in the Christopher Brennan Library or email at : clickview@riverview.nsw.edu.au