Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation offers a range of fellowships to be awarded over the next four years that will focus on new insights into the Queensland experience of WWI and its aftermath.
Four fellowships valued at $15,000 each are on offer each year to fund research projects relating to Queensland's role in the First World War both at home and abroad.
An annual symposium program aiming to uncover stories about Queensland and the First World War.
The Toolkits are 'go-to' resources for collecting agencies across Queensland to document 100 year commemorations for future generations.
Collections and resources
State Library of Queensland has been collecting First World War letters, diaries, photographs, postcards, medals, organisational records and other historically significant items.
Find your soldier
Learn how to locate one of your soldier relatives from the plethora of available information.
Heritage Leaders workshops
State Library of Queensland
The 2014 Heritage Leaders workshop was the first initiative of the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation program for Queensland heritage sector and volunteers.
A resource hub for First World War teaching