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Our library is at the forefront of innovative and technologically-enriched learning.  We recognise the need to provide students with access to the latest learning tools that will equip them with the skills they will require to embrace the opportunities afforded to them in the continually changing landscape of the technological world in which we live.  Our library is an environment that promotes learning practices that allow students to focus, share, collaborate, create and connect.

At the Alexandra Hills State High School library students have access to web-based learning tools, school community activities and the professional services of our library team. 

Web-based Learning Tools

Library Management-Infiniti

Is a cloud-based school library management system packed with features that support online learning.

Clickview

Offers a wide range of educational videos that students and teachers can access.

Wheelers

Is an exciting ePlatform where students can access eBooks on their own devices.

Citemaker

Students can format bibliographies and in-text references and look up sources on the world's largest library database, WorldCat students can format bibliographies and in-text references and look up sources on the world's largest library database, WorldCat.

School Community Activities

Chaplaincy

Group meet frequently in the library and play board games group meet frequently in the library and play board games.

Chess club

Is held every Friday first break in RC3 and facilitated by Mrs Hurrell and Mr Issa.

Debating

Meetings are held in the library during debating season and debaters meet with Mrs Hurrell to prepare for competitions meetings are held in the library during debating season and debaters meet with Mrs Hurrell to prepare for competitions.

Homework Club

Is organised by Mrs Davis and is held on Wednesday afternoons 3.15 – 4.15pm in the library. Teachers volunteer to help junior students with upcoming assessment task and homework.

Smart Track

Is run by Mrs Brereton and Mrs Kitchener and is a homework group for Indigenous students and is held in the library Monday to Wednesday afternoons from 3pm-4.15pm. s run by Mrs Brereton and Mrs Kitchener and is a homework group for Indigenous students and is held in the library Monday to Wednesday afternoons from 3pm-4.15pm.

 

IT Department

The IT Department is located in the library for all computer and technical support. Staff will be available between 8.00 am and 3.30 pm.