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Video of the month

The Conversation: Children can change the world

Sandra Phillips, Kate Douglas, Gai Lindsay and Barbara Piscitelli AM discuss how art and storytelling make for culturally-engaged and empowered children, and how connecting with young people’s stories and perspectives can promote change.

Online exam monitoring is now common in Australian universities — but is it here to stay?

Article of the week

Online exam monitoring is now common in Australian universities — but is it here to stay?

"The emergence of online proctoring has been extremely controversial. Some see it as an invasion of students’ privacy based on an idea that students are inherently prone to cheating."

via The Conversation

What I'm borrowing

A series exploring our affection for libraries, loans, and sharing great reads. 

What I’m Borrowing: Lisa Fuller

What I’m Borrowing explores our affection for libraries, loans, and the books we love to share.

What I'm Borrowing: Holly Ringland

What I’m Borrowing explores our affection for libraries, loans, and the books we love to share.

More blog posts

What I'm Borrowing: Mirandi Riwoe

This month we welcome award-winning author Mirandi Riwoe. Mirandi's most recent book is Stone Sky Gold Mountain.

What I'm Borrowing: Lech Blaine

2 November 2020
This month we welcome author Lech Blaine, a writer from Toowoomba, Queensland, who now lives in Sydney. 

A conversation with Kathleen Jennings

For the 2020 Queensland Literary Awards, illustrator and writer Kathleen Jennings crafted very special portraits of the winners.

Queensland Literary Awards

Explore the 2021 Queensland Literary Awards