We acknowledge and celebrate the First Australians on whose traditional lands we meet, and pay our respects to the elders of the Wiradjuri people past and present
Welcome to the Aboriginal Studies LibGuide.
The guide is divided into sections by the tabs. Click on a tab to discover more information on a section. For example, if you are looking for books or dvds on study skills topics, click the Books & DVDs tab.
Artists: David and Georgina O'Neill
"Guwaa-li is a painting about education, learning and teaching through communicating. It shows a symbol of respect, respect for the caring and sharing of our knowledge. It also illustrate a symbol of respect for our teaching techniques and the importance of educating our young people. Guwaa-li is a painting that also illustrate a new culture between TAFE and our traditional ways. The colors used also help with telling this story the Red's, Yellow, White and Black tell of new relationships, a new understandings and an appreciation of a learning process that has a history, present and a future."
The term Aboriginal in this guide is in keeping with the current policy of the NSW Government. The protocol in NSW is to use the term Aboriginal. Indigenous Australians is the collective term used by the Commonwealth Government to refer to Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people.