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You're welcome to join in the discussion on one of the State Library of Queensland’s discussion lists, or receive communications from one of our announcement lists.

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A discussion list for Australian and New Zealand rare books and special collections librarians.


This list promotes communication among users of Ex Libris software products at different library institutions across New Zealand and Australia.


A list for members of the Aurora Users Group (aurora-ug) and for all users of the Aurora library management system. Hints, tips, bugs, enhancement ideas and issues are welcome topics for discussion.


This Discovery Volunteers list has been created as a communication and update list for the Discovery Anzacs volunteer project


Information on familycab, a discussion list for use by family historians living in the Caboolture region, southeast Queensland.


Information on familyst, a discussion list for family historians living in the Strathpine area, northern Brisbane.


first5forever is used to distribute information and resources to public libraries delivering the First 5 Forever family literacy initiative in their local community. It also aims to provide a forum for sharing local examples of First 5 Forever.


The ikc discussion list is for communication with, by and for Indigenous Knowledge Centre staff.


Staff of independent (non-CLS) libraries throughout Queensland use the ind mailing list to facilitate discussion on issues facing their libraries.


libman is where Queensland Public Library managers discuss all issues related to administering a Public Library in Queensland.


Use the localstudies forum to aid in the efficient management of local studies collections, communicate about problems faced, and new ways of solving them.


The aim of the LUCI Working Group is investigate features such as single sign-on statewide, real time seamless and secure integration with all content providers using webservers, personalisation and much more.


The lyps-casuals announcement list disseminates important information including rosters and staff briefings to casual staff of the Literacy and Young Peoples Service at the State Library of Queensland.


nao-robot connects NAO users to share community engagement ideas, code, and solutions to common issues.


netlinks serves as a forum for members to share and become aware of new and useful websites.


The Australian artists' books discussion list provides a networking tool for those involved or interested in artists' books and bookarts.


qwiki is the discussion list for the #QWiki Wikipedia editing club open to the Queensland GLAM sector.


rlq discussion list is a forum for discussing issues specifically relating to the Rural Libraries Queensland (formerly the Country Lending Service) network, including operational, functional and community related topics.


slqhistorypin is a communication tool used to facilitate discussion and resource sharing among contributors to the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation Historypin hub


A discussion list to share arts, science, technology, coding and robotics programming ideas, success stories and challenges. Users can share or request advice regarding new technologies and how to best use them to engage library users of all ages.


TropicALIA is a virtual group for all library workers in Townsville and North Queensland. The members represent a wide range of libraries - public, university, school, special, and corporate. The aim is to promote professional development and networking in North Queensland by sharing library-related news relevant to the region.


yplib distributes information of general interest to public librarians working with young people in Queensland. It also aims to provide a forum for issues relating to Public Library services for young people. Interested parties from the non-library sector are welcome to join.


The State Library of Queensland does not control the contents of the discussion lists hosted on its server. State Library makes no representation concerning the content of the discussion lists to you. The fact that State Library hosts a discussion list does not serve as an endorsement by State Library of the content of every posting to a list.

The State Library of Queensland makes no representations or warranties about the accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability for any particular purpose of the information posted to these lists. List subscribers should rely on their own critical evaluation of the postings.

Last updated
23rd November 2018