Lynda.com a great place for digital learning, free with State Library of Queensland membership

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If you want to improve your digital skills try Lynda.com, the online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. There are courses from beginner to advanced, so become a member of State Library of Queensland or your local library or IKC for free membership … Read more

Get Online Week 2018: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities becoming Deadly Digital Communities (DDC)

Deadly Digital Communities (DDC) is a new digital literacy program which is being delivered to Queensland’s remote and regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Indigenous Knowledge Centres (IKCs) and selected public libraries are facilitating the program whereby participants can learn about everything from searching the internet to using social media. The Deadly Digital Communities … Read more

Get Online Week 2018: increase your cyber safety confidence with the Be Connected program

As more and more things in life move online, from social and leisure opportunities, to accessing day to day services, it is increasingly important to feel confident and savvy in using devices to get online. For those new to technology and the digital world, the initial curve of learning to, say, shop online is liberating … Read more

Legal Practical Guidance

Practical Guidance page for Family Law

Are you looking for practical legal information in plain English? State Library of Queensland provides free access to 14 Practical Guidance titles through the LexisNexis database. Covering specific areas such as family, business and immigration law, Practical Guidance provides useful information, including forms and checklists, for consumers, students or anyone who needs an overview or … Read more

Fun Palace returns to State Library

  Everyone’s a scientist, everyone’s an artist! Roll up your sleeves and get stuck into a one-day-only celebration of arts and sciences, learning, play, and adventure on Saturday 6 October. Fun Palaces are about all of us making things together: a public event where arts and sciences meet. Inventors, researchers, artists, performers, storytellers, and adventurers … Read more