About digitisation Once the collections of the John Oxley Library are digitised, they are discoverable on the library’s catalogue One Search and displayed on State Library’s web pages linking to Queensland, and across various sharing platforms such as Flickr Commons. Through ongoing technological change State Library is committed to increasing online access to our collections. We invite you to learn more about State Library’s Digital Strategy and focus for the future. State Library encourages small to medium collecting organisations to share their local content and stories. The following Toolkit guides describe the considerations for planning a successful digitisation program. We ask they be used as a guide only. qm_kirtas_scanner The Kirtas automated scanning machine is suited to published works that are not considered fragile or rare. The system applied to hand written letters and documents and photographs is a very different process. What is digitisation? Download Digitisation - "in house" Download File naming - a guide Download Scanning and capturing image-based material Download State Library's Digital Preservation Information Guides Digitisation This guide aims to provide general information and advice for digitising your collections, family treasures and precious memories. Download Digital content Find out how to preserve your digital photographs, emails, recordings and documents. Download More information Digital Access to Collections - a GLAM Peak initiative for the galleries, libraries, archives and museums sectors in Australia.