Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation is providing for educators and their students a range of State Library resources relating to the Queensland experience of WWI and its aftermath.
A resource hub for First World War teaching, this page is aimed at helping to engage students with historical stories and facts. You’ll find information on professional development sessions designed to excite and empower educators, and thereby students, on what State Library of Queensland has on offer to assist learning and about the commemoration of 100 years of First World War and Anzac history.
Participate in activities designed to enhance student understanding of the First World War.
Read about Offsite@School
Listen to some of the powerful presentations related to the commemoration of World War I; interact with A State of War and view the soldier portraits. You may find a long lost relative.
Read about Online@Home
Arrange a visit with your students or attend a professional development workshop to increase your understanding of the First World War.
Read about Onsite@SLQ
Each day on Twitter @slqld tweets, headlines and articles from newspapers across Queensland including The Queenslander, The Brisbane Courier, The Northern Miner and more.
#onthisday provides a glimpse into life in Queensland 100 years ago.
Join the conversation with @SLQlearn #qanzac100 #ww1 @slqld #onthisday
Read the World War 1 Centenary blog
Subscribe to Learning eBlast, our quarterly Learning enewsletter, or follow @SLQlearn on Twitter, to keep up to date with the latest news.
Egyptian wall hanging, 1917-1918. Part of: Jane McLennan Collection, 29666/5 Image No: 29666-0005-0001
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For the full program and event bookings visit Q ANZAC 100 calendar of events
This project is proudly supported by the Queensland Government