Julia Creek Library receives new internet infrastructure following Telstra visit
Five grants of $8000 each are now available to Queensland Public libraries to host their own Fun Palaces on the weekend of 3-4 October 2015.
Congratulations is extended to the 15 councils across Queensland who are set to embark on exciting projects embedding the use of 21st century technologies in library services after being awarded 2015 OPAL Technology Trendsetter grants.
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Digital Media Research Centre is undertaking research with State Library of Queensland to understand the impact of public libraries as creative spaces in the community and articulate opportunities for Queensland's public libraries to further embed creativity within the library space.
Join in the fun with MAKEIT workshop plans from The Edge, now available online for free.
ALIA Queensland would love to hear from you if you are interested in presenting a paper or workshop at the Together We Are More 2015 mini-conference, Tuesday 10th November 2015, at the Queensland Cricketers Club.