Dickson College publishes a range of online journals showcasing our students work.
Clio – The Dickson College History website
Clio is an online journal devoted to publishing research papers by students of the schools History Faculty. It's a great place to visit if you would like to write a better history essay or just want to check out some exemplary work by the students of Dickson College.
The journal is named after Klio, the ancient Greek muse of history, one of the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. CLIO has been publishing student work since 1996.
Clio can be found at: CLIO - The Journal of the ACT HTA (http://cliojournal.wikispaces.com/)
Glyph – The Dickson College English website
The study of English empowers individuals to reflect on and respond critically and creatively to the world in which they live.
The focus of English in Years 11 and 12 is the interpretation and textual analysis of a diverse range of literary and non-literary texts and the ways in which language works to create meaning. Meaning is constructed through the dynamic interplay between author, audience, context, values, attitudes, medium and language.
The mastery of English requires students to identify and appreciate the ways in which meaning is shaped. We take pleasure in the study of English and encourage our students to do the same.
Glyph shows examples of current and past students work which are of an exemplary standard. Glyph can be found at: Glyph (http://glyph.wikispaces.com/)