In the vast state of Queensland, the ability to create and share stories about people, places, landscapes and ecology using digital technology and the World Wide Web bridges distance and difference. The sharing of stories is the key concept around which the Queensland Stories Program has been built. The Program strongly aligns with the State Library’s new strategic priorities and positions it as a leading institution in the field of digital technology. It promotes the State Library as a centre of creativity and learning, and provides opportunities for community engagement projects as well as the creation of user generated content for the collection.
Visit the Queensland Stories website: http://www.qldstories.slq.qld.gov.au/
|Deb Stumm and Christine Sayer, State Library of Queensland|
|2008 • digital collections • digital storytelling • virtual library|
|Pub: Article / Paper|