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About the Fellowship

The Sydney Grammar School in partnership with the State Library of NSW is pleased to announce the new Digital Learning Fellowship.

The Sydney Grammar School and State Library of New South Wales Fellowship was previously offered to primary and secondary teachers to develop curriculum focused learning resources based on the collections of the Library .

The Sydney Grammar School and State Library of New South Waless Fellowship has been reinvigorated as a Digital Learning Fellowship for web developers who are passionate about English and History. This opportunity is ideal for developers in the digital humanities particularly within the Gallery, Library, Museums and Archive (GLAM) sector. The award has been redesigned to support the creative and innovative use of the Library's Visionaries program with a specific emphasis on promoting collections and items that are relevant to a K-12 schools audience and curriculum. The Fellowship is generously supported by the Sydney Grammar School. 

Further information can be found on the DX Lab website

Past Fellows

2016

Mr Geoff Hinchcliffe, for his project Compelling Collections: improving the utility and aesthetics which utilised the Library's rich K-12 Visionaries collection.

The project proposed production of a system addressing both the K-12 collection audience (students and teachers) and the K-12 collection curators (educators and archivists). 

2015

Ms Karen Yager, for her project: Stage 6 English Area of Study/Discovery

The project introduced the concepts of discovery, in part looking through the prism of texts such as Banks’s Endeavour log. This module targeted Year 12 English teachers and also develop a Year 9 unit of work, grounded in the concept of faction.

2014

Mr Tony Britten, for his project: Digital Excellence supporting Digital Text Creation: the collection of the SLNSW and subject English in the context of the Australian Curriculum in NSW.

This project addressed a new area of curriculum design in the English curriculum: multimodal texts. Britten’s project to identify examples of these texts – essentially texts in multi-formats – to present as a designed resource to teachers, which can then generate student engagement.

2014

Ms Mandy Anderson, for her project: Discovering classification with Joseph Banks.

This project developed a full unit of work on the foundational Stage 4 Science topic of classification. It drew from many strengths of the Library’s collections, and is built around an achievable time frame.