Category Archives: Resources Back

Learn how to use the SLQ wiki and Free and Open Software to boost your library’s creativity!

Workshop

Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) in partnership with State Library of Queensland (State Library) is offering a one day workshop for public library and Indigenous Knowledge Centre (IKC) staff on 31 August 2018. Wikis and Free and Open Source Software will explore the history and purpose of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) software and … Read more

Want to learn more about design-led innovation in public libraries?

Design Minds workshop

Hinchinbrook Shire Council in partnership with the State Library of Queensland (State Library) is hosting a Design-led innovation in public libraries professional development (PD) workshop on 25 July 2018 and you are invited. This free, full-day workshop is designed for public library staff who would like to innovate targeted programming, new communication processes, development of … Read more

How to help tourists visiting regional Queensland

Rural Libraries Queensland tourist membership

Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ) tourist membership is an initiative of the State Library of Queensland in collaboration with local Queensland councils. Travellers through outback or regional Queensland are eligible for free access to the RLQ collection of more than 250,000 books, audiobooks, e-books, music, movies and more. Tourist members can borrow from over 60 rural … Read more

Get Started in Family History at Goondiwindi

Librarian conducting a training session

This free one day workshop at Goondiwindi Regional Council is for Queensland public library and Indigenous Knowledge Centre (IKC) staff.  Getting Started in Family History, will help you gain skills and an understanding of family history services, resources and concepts so that you can support your library clients in their family history research. Clients begin … Read more