To support exhibitions and events, State Library creates learning notes with teaching and learning activities linked directly to the Australian Curriculum. These notes are designed to enhance your onsite experience.
The learning opportunities for students from State Library of Queensland’s exhibitions Freedom Then, Freedom Now, and Don’t Just Count Us, Let Us Count! are many and varied for any students studying civil rights and global movements. These exhibitions resonate with these themes, and yet each provides opportunities for very different insights.
Join us in the Digital Futures Lab -- an immersive space designed to make you think, and, maybe, even look twice. Try your hand at awesome cutting edge technologies such as Tilt Brush or learn how to control a computer with your mind. Discover smart cities and digital bodies, real life robots and risky algorithms. To book a guided tour, visit School and group tours
A First World War education kit designed for grade 6, 9, 11 and 12 History and Modern History students
Children's Voices is an exhibition of drawings, paintings and linocuts made by children of the Brisbane region in 1997 for the First Australasian Conference on the Rights of the Child. Visit the learning page for ideas on using the collection in your classroom.
Design Online Education is designed to introduce young minds to design thinking. A range of teaching levels and curriculum areas are supported
Participate in activities designed to enhance student understanding of the First World War, or engage online with A State of War, digital stories or soldier portraits.
Notes are available from the exhibition sites in most instances.