Stories by local studies librarians

Two local studies librarians, Jamie Treble from Logan City Council Libraries and Kyla Stephan from Gold Coast City Council Libraries recently took part in the Storylines - Q150 digital story workshops.

Jamie has told an evocative story about the floods that passed through Logan in 2008. Kyla shares the tale about Southport's World War I digger memorial and all the places he has been stationed. For more information about the project and other stories that people have made, visit the Storylines website.

On 18 September local studies librarians and staff from the John Oxley Library attended the South-East Queensland local studies librarians meeting. During the meeting, attendees discussed the multitude of interesting projects they're involved in. Below are just two examples.

 Southport's Digger, by Kyla Stephan

 Southport's Digger, by Kyla Stephan

 Let the rivers run, by Jamie Treble

 Let the rivers run, by Jamie Treble

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Great article, very interesting to see how the floods were back then.driving school

Thanks very much. We have a wonderful collection of flood images. Have a look here for more on the topic: www.slq.qld.gov.au/coll/qhist/floods