State Library champions a variety of projects to enhance the delivery of innovative services and programs through public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres across Queensland.
The Deadly Digital Communities program is a partnership with Telstra to reduce the digital divide in Indigenous communities in Queensland, encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to dream big through digital literacy to create and unlock new opportunities and new possibilities for themselves and their community.
First 5 Forever is a family literacy program delivered by public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres (IKCs) with the primary aim of providing information, resources and support to families to help build strong early literacy foundations for all Queensland children aged 0-5 years.
The Summer Reading Club is a free national literacy program delivered annually by public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres. Led by State Library of Queensland in partnership with the Australian Public Library Alliance; the Australian Library and Information Association's peak body for Australian public libraries, the program encourages recreational reading and engagement with libraries, during the summer months, in over 1100 spaces nationwide.
The Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland program is an ongoing partnership between the Queensland Government (led by State Library of Queensland) and Telstra. The program is delivered through selected Queensland Local Government library services, and provides seniors with the opportunity to participate in free digital technology training sessions that will develop their skills and confidence to use technology.