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Identify your goals, plan your content and dive into the technical aspects of video creation to build your brand.
Attend a series of 7 after-school workshops with BOP Industries. No previous experience required.
Identify your goals, plan your content and dive into the technical aspects of video creation to build your brand. Attend a 2 day intensive with BOP Industries. No previous experience required.
Delve into the rich heritage of the historic city of Ipswich.
Every person is a potential scam victim. Learn tips to recognise them during this popular session presented in plain English by Queensland Government Office of Fair Trading.
See the huge range of free books, ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, CDs and events on offer. Learn how to borrow, reserve, download or attend.
There’s never been a better time to get online!
Whether you’re an absolute beginner, struggling to use a new device or curious about how to join an online chat with family, we’re here to help.
Get comfortable with your device or use our computers to build basic computer skills with guidance from staff including practice tutorials.
Delve into Ipswich’s past as we explore the exciting free resources available at ipswichlibraries.com.au including Picture Ipswich, Genealogical records, local stories and more!
Free photography workshops! Build your skills with professional local photographer, Greg Harm, and learn in a relaxed, supportive and fun environment. BYO Digital camera, smartphone or tablet.
Get focused, take advantage of online resources (i.e. Studiosity and Lynda), or test your skills on our driving simulator.
Our tech + Your skills = Friday afternoon online gaming.
Navigate safely your online resources, platforms, apps and games. Learn the importance of keeping your personal information secure and how to implement a Cyber-safety Plan for your family.
Every month compete in the ultimate Makerspace Challenge to test your skills and win amazing prizes!
Challenges change regularly and can be completed using the technology and software currently available in the Ipswich Libraries Makerspaces.