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The Library provides a range of programs to support both primary and secondary students, from research basics and critical thinking to subject-specific sessions and self-guided visits.
Book with us to access facilitated workshops and free self-guided trails. Find out more about our programs for students from Foundation to VCE below, or check out our resources for primary and secondary teachers.
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Blak & Bright First Nations Literary Festival: Education Day
Blak & Bright First Nations Literary Festival is hosting its first-ever education day at State Library Victoria.
Victorian History: A Story of Change Online
Sharpen your students' historical and critical thinking skills with this online presentation featuring key items from the State Library’s collection.
Victorian Postcards: A Unique History Excursion
State Library Victoria is a treasure trove of opportunity for students to learn about Colonial Australia, the period of time spanning from the 1850s through to Federation in 1901.
Australian History Workshop
Use historical thinking skills to step back in time to examine the changing features of Victoria.
Primary Research Skills Workshop
This fun workshop combines humour, surprise and practical tips to help primary students become successful researchers.
Welcome to the Library Tour
Bring your students on a journey through Victoria’s oldest and busiest public library.
VCE Research Skills Workshop
This intensive workshop introduces students to practical research strategies and tools vital to success in senior secondary school and beyond.