Blogs

Date

Twitchers in the building

Birds seen squawking and flapping  around the Mitchell Library!

K-12 Learning Program 2018

Check out a range of learning experiences for students and teachers.

HSC students

Check out these great resources as you embark on your HSC journey.

Celebrating young writers

Write On gold award winners receive their awards at the Library.

A masterclass with Christopher Cheng

Find out about Christopher's creative practice and his connection to the Mitchell Library.

Oral History and Sound Research Guide

Begin your research into Oral History and Sound with our online guide. 

word eXpress celebrates high achievers!

Check out the successful students featured in the Young Writers Showcase and find out how you can join them in 2017.

Book Week fun with Phil Lesnie

Celebrating Book Week 2017 with illustrator Phil Lesnie.

FAR and wide

Growing up in a small, isolated, rural town without access to a library, gallery or museum and later teaching in a similar environment I have long been conscious of the very real disadvantage faced by children in regional communities. FAR Out! was conceived to address this disadvantage and assist primary teachers introducing a new syllabus for History.

Internship at the State Library

Two weeks as an intern with Learning Services.

Artefact or Fiction

A new display on LGI was curated by Learning Services with students and teachers in mind. The display includes primary sources which match our curriculum linked programs. 

Sydney Harbour Bridge

What would you like to find out about?

Society and Culture Awards

Celebrating 2016 HSC success.

Australia’s Love Song

In February 2017, in a double first, Dorothea Mackellar’s poetry notebook ‘Verses 1907-1908’ has become the first Australian literary archive, and the first by a woman writer, to be added to UNESCO’s Australian Memory of the World register

Internship at the State Library

Sophie Partington shares her experience of interning with Learning Services.

History Extension: The Project 2016

Budding historians spend a very busy day at the Library.