Coding, creative computing and digital literacy: public libraries enabling an inclusive Queensland

Louise Denoon, State Library of Queensland

Concurrent session 5, Lightning talks
Tuesday 14 February 2017, 2:30pm - 3:25pm

Abstract

Queensland public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres across the State are delivering a range of digital services, collections and programs for their communities. 

From introductory programs like Tech Savvy Seniors, to dismantling and reassembling computers with the Creative Computing program or hosting Hack events – this thriving network is making a difference.

This lightning presentation will look at 5 short sharp stories of impact to demonstrate the power of libraries in building digitally inclusive communities. 

Presentation - Available now.

 

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