ClickView recognised at ATOM & EdTech 50 Awards

ClickView is in the running to win three ATOM Awards with six ClickView productions up for nomination. ClickView’s The Digital Series: Fake News as well as The Divided States of America have been shortlisted for the Best Educational/Training Video or Website (Primary/Secondary) and ClickView’s The Economics of Agriculture has also been nominated for Best Instructions/Training Video (Tertiary/General). Our Behind the Scenes of Respectful Intimate Relationships, Next Stop, Puberty! And What’s with The Listies? have also been nominated for Best Web series.

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ClickView has also been featured in the UK Edtech 50 – Awards Yearbook for 2021, for the second consecutive year! The yearbook showcases the people, products and organisations across the UK who are defining how teachers and students use education technology.

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Educational teaching resources

Dynamic, curriculum-aligned video content

From the content we produce to the programmes we source, ClickView is home to 1000s of the best educational videos and resources for learning and teaching.

Free Term 1 teaching and learning resources

ClickView is offering our most popular Term 1 videos and teaching resources 100% free.

Save precious time with curriculum-aligned resources.

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Support student wellbeing

A free collection of wellbeing resources for all levels.

During challenging times, it’s normal to feel more stressed or concerned about things than usual. We’d love to help you prioritise your wellbeing, and that of your students.

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A world-leading video learning resource platform

ClickView is the leading video content resource for primary schools, secondary schools and tertiary settings. Access visually stunning, curriculum-aligned video content and teacher resources, plus contextual on-demand TV, your own video library and interactive question layers for formative assessment. Trusted by over 5,000 schools, TAFEs and universities, we put world-class video content for effective teaching and learning at the fingertips of educators and students.

All of our high-quality ClickView-produced content is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and current course requirements. We regularly update our collection to make sure our content meets your teaching and learning needs. Learn more.

You can also access thousands of TV recordings from free-to-air channels plus shows from Foxtel. Learn more

Video is no longer a passive viewing experience. Interactive videos including quizzes within the video engage students in active learning, facilitate formative assessment, promote oracy and support targeted teaching. Learn more.

Access ClickView with Single Sign-On (SSO) using existing staff and student accounts. ClickView also integrates seamlessly with many learning management and library systems. Learn more.

You have access to a full suite of ClickView training resources. Access onsite or remote training with our advisors, watch a webinar or tutorial or attend an event. Our help centre and friendly customer success team are also on hand. Learn more.

Access ClickView’s free teaching resources

From the ATOM study guides to posters and lesson plans, we offer thousands of educational resources to accompany our primary, secondary and tertiary video content. These regularly updated teaching resources cover all levels of learning and each curriculum area.

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Why schools, TAFEs and universities love ClickView

Hear from inspiring educators about how ClickView has helped to transform student learning and engagement. Get tips on how to use ClickView for formative assessment, flipped classrooms and other innovative teaching suggestions.

Empowering primary teachers

Patricia Tizzard, Year 3 Teacher and ICT Leader

Harness the depth of content in ClickView

Shani Schols, Head of Library

Engaging students through interactives

Jeremy LeCornu, Digital Learning Coordinator


We’re proud to produce award-winning educational videos and teaching resources for educators around the world.

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