Learn with us onsite and online.
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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Find the right program for you and your students by selecting from the relevant filters below.
MIRROR: New views on photography education kit
This kit invites young people from across the state to access and respond creatively to the Library’s photography collection.
Andy Griffiths' 169-Storey Tree House
Replay the livestream of The 169-Storey Treehouse book launch here.
VCES Programs for High-Ability Students
Develop your students' critical thinking, creativity and research skills in one of our free VCES programs.
Secondary Australian History Workshop
Use historical thinking skills to step back in time to examine the changing features of Victoria.
Primary Australian History Tour
Sharpen your students' historical and critical thinking skills through key items from the State Library’s collection.
Primary Research Skills Workshop
This fun workshop combines humour, surprise and practical tips to help primary students become successful researchers.
Research Fundamentals Workshop
In this interactive session we'll share practical strategies to motivate middle-year students to be more discerning with information they find online.