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Small and medium business opportunity to promote through your library

Digital Scorecard

Many libraries are supporting their local small and medium businesses.  You can promote the Digital Scorecard and Digital Business Workshops by displaying a flyer in your library and also via any promotional channels and networks. All organisations need to take advantage of the latest technologies and services to prepare and thrive in a Digital Economy. … Read more

Brisbane here you come! State Library is offering travel bursaries of up to $500 to attend the Q ANZAC 100 Indigenous Soldiers Forum and Workshop.

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There are five bursaries for individuals/organisations from across Queensland to attend the Indigenous Soldiers Forum and Workshop on Friday 22 June 2018 at State Library of Queensland in Brisbane. As part of the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation, State Library is continuing to discover and confirm Queensland Indigenous Soldiers of the First … Read more

Big Ideas for Small Libraries

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Join your colleagues at the State Library of Queensland in April to engage in a unique professional development opportunity for Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ) and small libraries staff.  Learn to advocate for your library, learn how to design powerful programs and ensure exciting collections, get inspired on a library visit and involve yourself in the … Read more

Skilling Our Futures Grant 2018

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Skilling Our Future PD – Darling Downs & Southwest Queensland Following the success of last year’s Robotics Roadshow, SLQ is partnering with Regional Development Australia Darling Downs Southwest (RDA DDSW) to help regional libraries continue building skills in delivering Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) programs to their communities. This year’s program will kick … Read more

Fun Palace in a Box

What is a Fun Palace? Fun Palaces are yearly events that happen all over the world on the first weekend of October. They are free and community-led and feature all kinds of activities run by local people. They focus on the arts and sciences and have a broad scope, including craft, tech, digital and sports … Read more