Category Archives: Libraries Back

Free library service for Queensland travellers

Free library service for Queensland travellers RLQ tourist card membership If you’re travelling through outback and regional Queensland why not become a Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ) tourist member and get free access to library services and collections at more than 60 branches across the state? From Normanton to Birdsville there’s an RLQ library wherever you’re … Read more

Lexis Advance – Law Database

Lexis Advance database, home page

The LexisNexis legal database now has a new look, with the introduction of Lexis Advance. The cleaner, more intuitive interface is much easier to use and provides access to legal information suitable for consumers, students, researchers and the legal profession. It still contains reliable resources and iconic publications such as Halsbury’s Laws of Australia and … Read more

Exploiting your Invention: The Story of Innovation and Invention through Patents and Trade Marks

Pauls Polar Perfection Ice Cream trade mark, Australian Official journal of patents trade marks and designs 1934

New ideas, innovations and discoveries are protected by legal documents known as patents. Belonging to the area of law referred to as intellectual property, the economic and moral protection of ideas and designs has a long history, dating from a Venetian law in the 1400s and adopted into British Law by the Statute of Monopolies … Read more

SLQ Unstacked

SLQ Unstacked

The State Library is excited to launch our latest project Unstacked. Over the last few months, we have been working with Interaction Designer Elisa Lee and Creative Technologist Adam Hinshaw, and their team to create a new way of visualising the State Library’s collection. The Library has a lot of great content in our collection … Read more