LaSalle Learning Centre
Welcome to the LaSalle Learning Centre Site
The Learning Centre at Good Samaritan Catholic College is a major information gateway for students and staff of the community.
There are a number of learning resources available for our students to access at our Learning Centre. ICT Services are also available to assist our students. The Learning Centre operates for students before school, recess and lunch times. Hours may be extended for special activities and tuition supervised by staff. Our opening times are found in the table.
On this site you can:
The Learning Centre's ICT Service Desk provides general IT support to staff and students. They can provide support with:
- CeNet Access and Password enquiries
- College technology asset repairs
- Printing enquiries
- General technology questions
SIO staff are available to students during recess and lunch on school days.
Papercut Print Manager
Use the link below to check your print balance and manage your document printing at the College.
Subject Information and Links
Thousands of free curriculum-linked resources for school teachers and students!
Full-text Newspaper and journal articles. Use for all subject areas.
The ABS assists and encourages informed decision-making, research and discussion within governments and the community, by leading a high-quality, objective and responsive national statistical service.
Interactive games, videos, web links and activities to help with your study
Use your CEnet username and password to log in.
A complete Issue is a safe place where young people can easily find interesting articles, reliable statistics, personal accounts and useful websites that help them quickly understand the issues in the world around them.
The Learning Network provides teaching and learning materials and ideas based on New York Times content.
Literature study guides - useful for plot summaries, character analysis etc.
Lessons created around YouTube videos
Trove brings together Australian content from libraries, museums, archives, repositories and other research and collecting organisations big and small. It is a collaboration between the National Library, Australia's State and Territory libraries and hundreds of cultural and research institutions around Australia, working together to create a legacy of Australia’s knowledge for now and into the future.
Interactive resources for Science and Mathematics.