Decommission of services and resources
Interactive learning resources that utilised the Adobe Flash Player plug-in were archived from Scootle on 18 December 2020 to reflect the end-of-life of the Flash Player plug-in .
Digital learning service Improve was also decommissioned on 18 December 2020.
For more information refer to the
Scootle FAQ page .
Scootle provides Australian teachers and students with access to online digital curriculum resources sourced from the National Digital Learning Resources Network (NDLRN). These resources can be used in a range of flexible ways to suit their own curriculum needs.
Scootle resources include learning objects, museum artefacts, artworks, archival documents, photographs, archival and contemporary moving images, maps, posters, songs and speeches.
Queensland state school teachers access Scootle resources, along with other Education Queensland resources—such as Curriculum into the Classroom (C2C)—through the Learning Place. The Learning Place also provides a range of safe and secure spaces for curriculum delivery, collaboration and communication. Access to the Learning Place is available through your departmental network login ID.
Following an agreement between the Department and Education Services Australia (ESA), you can access Scootle resources directly, as well as other national services such as Australia's national social network for teachers, Scootle Lounge and Student Wellbeing Hub.
When using digital learning services requiring creation of student logons (e.g. Language Learning Space), staff must not use identifiable student data when registering students. Alias names can be used for the student names, e.g. DJ.
How do Queensland state school teachers access Scootle?
All Department of Education staff can gain instant access by selecting the Queensland Government crest featured on the
Scootle login options page.
When not logged into the department's IT network (e.g. when working at home) staff will need to enter the username and password used to log into the department's network.
All contractors will need to request federated access to Scootle using iRegister, seeking approval from their direct-line supervisor. Please contact the departmental IT Service Centre for more information.
Staff can continue to access Scootle’s education resources through The Learning Place.
More information can be found on the
Staff Learning Place (DoE staff only).