Go1 - An Online Learning Hub

Unlock your learning potential with Go1, a fantastic learning and development resource which has recently been added to State Library’s range of eresources.

Go1 is an online learning and development hub that offers access to courses on a variety of topics from a range of different providers.  Access is free for State Library members.

Learn Online

With Go1 you can explore thousands of online courses on topics covering business skills, personal development, safety and compliance and technology skills.

You can explore the Go1 course library however suits you best. If you know exactly what you’re looking for you can simply search for it, or you can browse by a topic that you’re interest in. You can even browse and sort courses and videos by duration, a great option whether you just want a quick overview of a topic, or if you’re after something more in-depth.

Say you want to up your skills in Microsoft Excel or build self-care habits to improve your wellbeing, Go1 has also put together curated learning lists around common topics, bringing together courses from a selection of providers.

Go1 allows you to learn at your own pace. Save courses and create your own playlists to come back to at a time that suits you. Your learning page also keeps a record of the courses you’ve already completed so you can keep track of your learning and refer back to it at a later date if need be.

 

How to access Go1

State Library of Queensland offers free 24/7 access to Go1 both onsite at State Library and offsite from your home, office or mobile device. 

Simply make sure you’re a State Library member and then follow the link in One Search and start learning.

We’d love to hear what you think.

More information

Eresources - https://www.slq.qld.gov.au/research-collections/information-collections/eresources

Membership - https://www.slq.qld.gov.au/get-involved/become-member

Ask us - https://www.slq.qld.gov.au/plan-my-visit/services/ask-us

One Search - http://onesearch.slq.qld.gov.au

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