Digital technologies can unite, but they can also divide

Uniting with digital technologies

The epitome of digital technologies, according to National Year of Digital Inclusion Champion Pino Migliorino, is the facilitation of inclusion, and the addressing of barriers that create exclusion. Pino shared his insight into the needs for digital literacy in culturally and linguistically diverse communities (CALD) at the National Year of Digital Inclusion Festival in Sydney, … Read more

Small grants for rural communities – closes 31 March

Barcoding equipment

A children’s book week comedy show for kids, barcoding equipment, locally sustainably made toys, a human library event – all of these projects have previously been awarded funds through the Small Grants for Rural Communities program. If you have an idea for developing leadership skills within your community, creating places to connect and grow, providing … Read more

Get fancy with professional development in Bundaberg

Bundaberg professional dveelopment

On Friday 3 March, State Library of Queensland’s Deb Miles and Matt Finch will be visiting Bundaberg’s Fairymead House to deliver a day of library learning about communication, community engagement, obtaining funding, and developing creative programs. Exploring good practice and great ideas for public libraries and their friends, Deb and Matt will be sharing strategies, challenging … Read more