State Library of Queensland offers exciting learning opportunities for students, teachers and learners of all ages. Through our online collections, programs and events we aim to inspire, challenge and engage all Queenslanders to develop skills and knowledge for lifelong learning.

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We have extensive resources, across a broad range of subject areas for students of all ages. Use our free research tools and collections to support homework, assignments and self-guided study. 

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We offer online learning and professional development resources across a broad range of subject areas to support teachers to make the best use of State Library's extensive collections and services.

Upcoming professional development with State Library

We have an exciting program on offer in 2021 for educators, parents and caregivers and students. Our program features professional development on topics including information literacy, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in World War I and the Teacher and Librarian Symposium. Subscribe to keep in touch!




Teacher Training and Tutorials

Prepare for leadership roles with Lynda.com education training - free with your State Library membership. Video professional development can help you with career management, communication skills, effective team leadership and networking in a digital age. Login to access.

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Become a State Library member today for free and immediate access to digital resources.

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Access State Library services online, anytime, anywhere.

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State Library of Queensland staff can help answer your questions and offer research guidance.

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