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May 2017

2017 Premier’s Reading Challenge booklists are now available.

The Premier’s Reading Challenge is held every year for students and children from early childhood up to year 9. Students, parents and teachers can explore a great range of age-appropriate fiction and non-fiction, on a variety of topics, genres and authors, in the guiding booklists. Students are encouraged to select a range of books suited to their interests and reading level. Students are also welcome to read books from previous years' booklists, and from lists for higher year levels.

The Premier's Reading Challenge booklists are compiled by teacher-librarians with expertise in children's literature, and co-ordinated by eResource Services.

April 2017

Register your school for the eBooks Digital Library and kickstart students’ recreational reading! With 10,000+ titles available, avid and reluctant readers of all levels are certain to find something engaging to read on their mobile device of choice.

At only $1.50 per student or teacher, and no minimum spend, visit the eBooks Digital Library edStudio for details on how to register for the 2017 school year.

March 2017

Welcome to eResource Services, formerly known as Library Services. We are transitioning to a fully digital service. Please see the eResource Services edStudio page for further information.

October 2016

We wish to advise that the department’s LibPOST print lending service will be ceasing operation at the end of 2016 in preparation for our transition to a full eBook service commencing in January 2017.

Due to the decommissioning of this service, your school may like to consider registering for the eBooks Digital Library service, which provides 24/7 access to over 10,000 eBooks and audiobooks.

For further information please go to the eBooks Digital Library edStudio or contact DET eResource Services via email or phone.


Phone: (07) 3034 5211

Last reviewed
15 May 2017
Last updated
15 May 2017