Apply now for a grant of up to $25,000 to support STEM activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in your community.
Read the latest research projects that promote the value of public libraries and the importance of providing a quality library service to local communities.
Win a $500 Ozobot prize pack for your library State Library and Education Technology Specialists are giving all public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres the chance to win a $500 Ozobot prize pack by improving the simple game, OzoFarm.
State Library of Queensland commissioned researchers at the Digital Media Research Centre at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to explore the impact of libraries as creative spaces.
We asked your input on the priorities and needs of future libraries and collated all responses into a Summary of Findings.
Library Activation Kits and Promotional Items are now available to order for the 2016 SRC Heroes and Villains program.
A description of what Fun Palaces are and reasons why libraries should get involved.
Celebrating the digital collection and preservation activities of our libraries.
Advancing Queensland’s Public Libraries, a research report by QUT for SLQ, aims to identify the common goal that Queensland public libraries are working towards; the enablers and barriers in reaching that goal; and the role of SLQ the transformation.
State Library of Queensland is offering travel bursaries of up to $750 per person to staff from regional Queensland public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres to attend the Innovation in Public Libraries Professional Development event to be held in Townsville on Thursday 18 August 2016.
New findings show eSmart Libraries supports library staff and users to stay safe online.
Over $300,000 has been awarded to 33 councils to support coding and robotics programming across the state!
Use this simple checklist to plan, develop and evaluate community outreach and engagement strategies aimed at hard-to-reach groups and non-members.
The Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland (TSSQ) Program is almost in full swing across the state, with 21 of the 38 Councils participating (55% of recipients) providing State Library of Queensland with first quarter reports containing data and outcomes of the Program in their local government area.
Registrations are now open for Diverse Voices: the 12th Australian Library History Forum from July 7-8, hosted by State Library of Queensland.
State Library of Queensland is hosting an Indigenous Languages Residency at the State Library in Brisbane from 6-10 June, 2016.
Contribute to Belonging in Queensland mural SLQ is looking for photographs that best express the connection we have to the diverse landscapes and places of Queensland and to each other.
State Library of Queensland is offering travel bursaries of up to $500 to individuals from Queensland public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres to participate in the Rural Libraries Queensland professional development and Future Libraries professional development events to be held in Brisbane across 4 days in April (11-14 April 2016).
Showcase your library’s digital inclusion projects at the 5th annual Broadband for the Bush Forum, to be held at State Library from 7 to 9 June, 2016
Become confident in digital spaces with a new self-paced online course for library staff
LEGO® Mindstorms kits and support are being provided to public libraries to deliver workshops to young people in 2016
As State Library seeks feedback on the Advancing Queensland Public Libraries Discussion Paper, Executive Manager Regional Partnerships, Deb Miles, shares her thoughts from 2014.