Digital Literacy

Binbee kurri, and welcome to the State Library Digital Literacy wiki. Here you will find resources available for sharing in your library, school or organisation. To find out more on these initiatives, visit the Digital Literacy Resources page on PLConnect.

Note that this is a living website! - While we all strive to ensure that this wiki is up-to-date and contains correct information, technology does change at a rapid pace. Inquiries or suggestions as to the content on these pages are invited. Please get in touch with us at Inclusive Communities at or 07 3842 9058.

Terminology used on this wiki. Editors, please follow the guidelines when editing this wiki.

  • Technology Matrix - Inclusive Communities have created a matrix of technologies for libraries to know what technology that should purchase now and into the future based on patrons growth
  • Workshop Planner - This template contains all the information to create a workshop in your library including the resources you will need, participants to facilitators ratios, timing and evaluation details
  • Technology Plan - Create a technology plan for your library and develop win-win partnerships with organisations
  • ICT Training - Training in a wide range of using mobile and computer technologies including the applications on them for various skill levels
  • Coding - A list of websites that teach coding from beginners to advanced in all sorts of computer languages
  • Library Collections - Websites with a focus on searching, managing, digitising collections and history
  • Science - Links that support education around science topics
  • Deadly Digital Communities - Providing community-based digital literacy and technology training over two years to 26 remote and regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Queensland.
  • Messagebot - is purposed to engage your Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to build their digital skills through programming cultural content using technology that travels and shares messages between communities.
  • Tech Savvy Regional Queensland - is a program that provides grant funding to Regional Councils to deliver digital inclusive programing through their library services that will provide opportunities for their respective community to embrace digital technology.
  • Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland - Providing seniors with the opportunity to participate in free digital technology training sessions that will develop their skills and confidence to use technology.
  • virtual_communities - Learn how to research the history and mapping structures within your community and constructing them in the 3D world of Minecraft.


  • Skilling Our Future - In partnership with RDA DDSW, SLQ delivered digital inclusion programming through public libraries in the Darling Downs and South West region to engage with coding and robotics.

Binbee kurri, pronounced Bin-bee curry, means good day in the Ganulu language. The Ganuli language is found at Comet River, Central Queensland. You can find more Indigenous greetings from the State Library Say G'day wordlist.

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  • Last modified: 2019/03/29 12:16
  • by James Collins