State Library of Queensland and Queensland public libraries are committed to building literacy through innovation and collaboration. With a focus on engagement, discovery, reading and belonging, libraries offer a specialised workforce, infrastructure, programs and collections to aid literacy support in communities.
The resources available on this web page include a wide range of literacy support tools that libraries will find useful, including online self paced learning programs, conference presentations and a discussion list to encourage the exchange of ideas, research, and strategies between practitioners, academics, government and other literacy providers.
Adult literacy resources for learners, teachers and tutors, for English speakers and for learners of English as a second language.
Family literacy resources for learners, teachers and tutors, for English speakers and for learners of English as a second language
"Libraries for literacy – every day, every way" is a framework for the development of responsive literacy services to be delivered by the State Library, partnering with Queensland public libraries and literacy providers.
SLQ has committed to host an annual cross-sector literacy forum in the Libraries for Literacy: every day, every way: 2015 - 2018 (PDF 4.4 MB) framework, which outlines the essential roles that libraries have in delivering literacy programs in communities across Queensland.
Online literacy resources available to Public Library staff, such as The Corner Toolkit and the Little Big Book Club.
We invite you to contribute to an ongoing literacy discussion via the Libraries for literacy discussion list. List members come from many different backgrounds, sharing a common passion for the advancement of literacy skills; they contribute ideas, research, and links to resources. If you would like to become a list member please contact the list administrator.