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Rainbow Families Storytime

September is Pride Month in Brisbane and an opportunity to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer culture and community at QUT. To help celebrate, QUT Library is hosting Rainbow Families Storytime, an event for QUT families, students and staff. Rainbow Families Storytime is a QUT Library and…

Got visitors? Things to see and do at QUT

Are your family or friends visiting for graduation or to help you get ready for your first semester? Are you just looking for something different to do around campus? There are plenty of free or reasonably priced cultural activities available on our QUT campuses. Below is a list of my favourites. Please let…

Learn coding with the world’s best

As of June, 2014 C and Java are the two most popular programming languages in the world. With Java alone used by 9 million developers and many people trying to tap into the booming app market, there is no denying that learning programming languages is worth the challenge. Luckily, tech gurus (and coding…

Teaching and learning with lynda.com webinar

Interested in using technology to enhance your teaching practice? Not sure where to start? Join lynda.com education consultant Laurie Burruss for a webinar that will help you achieve learning outcomes for your students through blending of online and in-person instruction. Explore how to enhance curricula with lynda.com by: Referencing best practices in…

QUT celebrates National Reconciliation Week, 2014

In May we commemorate National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week. In recognition of these two important events, Kelvin Grove Library will be screening a curated collection of TEDx talks presented by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander speakers and performers. Everyone is welcome! Bring your lunch and settle into a…

Get a free massage and chill out at QUT Library

Getting stressed as the assessment deadlines stack up? Get on top of it all or just take a break at the Chill Out Zones hosted by QUT Library in collaboration with QUT Counselling Services. Drop by for a one-on-one chat about study and student life and get your questions answered about Centrelink, accommodation,…

It’s time to lawyer up

Courtroom drama has been capturing our attention for hundreds, even thousands, of years. More recently, casual TV watching proves beyond a reasonable doubt that Australia is a land of beautiful young solicitors and rakish barristers. Well, probably not, even though we may sight some likely candidates roaming the courts and law offices of Queensland. To discover the real, non-perjured story of law and justice come to…