Young People Library staff enjoy productive meeting


Above: Group discussions at the YPLG meeting

Above: Group discussions at the YPLG meeting



State Library of Queensland hosted the first YPLG meeting for 2019 on 28 March 2019. From Tablelands to Toowoomba more than 30 library staff from around Queensland attended to meet with colleagues and share their ideas.



Meeting discussions
Read details of the discussions in the meeting minutes.



State Library staff provided information on the future of First 5 Forever including new features, proposed workshops and more online options.



The Summer Reading Club theme for 2019 will be announced soon and participants provided their feedback on the 2018 program. The group also previewed and gave feedback on an eresource evaluation tool developed by State Library.







The highlight for many staff was the roundtable discussion from each library about their programs and activities since the last meeting. Some popular program ideas included:



• Scavenger Hunts at Lockyer Valley Libraries
• Library Bag decorating workshop at North Burnett Libraries
• Big Truck Day at Redland Libraries
• Language Storytime at Harvey Bay Libraries
• Autism in Storytime at Brisbane Libraries



Above: Participants enjoyed meeting colleagues

Above: Participants enjoyed meeting colleagues



Read the recent blog stories Inspiration from the YPLG Meeting by Lotte Sjoegren at Mackay Regional Council Libraries and Highlights from the YPLG Meeting by Amelia Benefield from Tablelands Libraries about their feedback on the meeting.



Idea sharing continues



The next meeting will be hosted by Moreton Bay Region Libraries in July after the school holidays. More details will be sent to the group closer to the date. To be part of the YPLG discussion list join here. To find out about services to Young People and families at State Library please contact ypf@slq.qld.gov.au


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