The Museum has the goal of developing its role as a virtual museum, by progressively making available on-line some of the of rich material held at the University of Canberra, (as described in our Collection Profiles).
The Museum will also develop links to high quality on-line resources for the history of Australian education held in state archives and other places, consistent with its aim of supporting research and scholarship. Read here the research on Canberra’s centenary of schooling.
ANME also aims to support and promote the work of its school museum members, by bringing together resources concerning museum practice and the emerging discipline of museology. Please visit our museum practice pages.
Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society is a sponsor of ANME and supports research and scholarship in the history of education.
The NSW Schoolhouse Museum of Public Education website has a wide range of resources for the teaching of the history of education. See also the NSW Department site Government schools of NSW from 1848 a source of information about individual schools.
The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature, a sister organisation of ANME, has a wealth of archival material relating to children’s literature. The centre was formerly known as The Lu Rees Archive
‘Aussie Educator’ is a comprehensive site for history of education resources.