The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) is a busy hub of reading, study and learning. With one LRC located on each campus, they are bright, welcoming places that contain a range of traditional and modern resources, including books and periodicals, audiovisual materials, databases, and web-based information sources. 

Accessible by students before and after school each day, and during lunch breaks, each LRC is staffed by an information professional who provides valuable resources and information to staff and students to enhance learning and develop information literacy. Central to the service provided by librarians are book reviews, displays and cultural events that encourage students to inform themselves of the world of information and creativity at their fingertips. 

The Primary LRC also includes a state of the art computer room and reading nooks, used by classes and individuals throughout the day. The Secondary LRC provides an atmosphere conducive to reading and study and is home to the College ICT Department, whose priority is to provide beneficial software and maintain and update student laptop computers.

Online databases and journals for teachers and students:

  • UQ Cyber School
  • State Library of Queensland
  • National Library of Australia


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