SRC Noticeboard

Welcome to the SRC Notice Board—a place for libraries and participating organisations to ask questions, read SRC news, share ideas and expertise, and provide feedback to assist in continued development of the SRC program. The purpose of the SRC Notice Board is to inform, to support, and to develop. To post something to the SRC Noticeboard, send your post to the SRC Mailbox. In the body of the email, please include your name, your library, your state and a title for your post. Consent for State Library QLD to use your images will be required for any pictures you wish to include with your posting. Contact Us if you have any questions pertaining to the purpose of the SRC Notice Board or the content posted to it. It is anticipated that the SRC Notice Board will become a valued and frequently visited resource to those delivering SRC programs during the summer period.

2018 SRC Program Theme: Curious Creatures

The 2018 SRC programming hopes to encourage children and young people to explore and connect with a curiosity of creatures, including our unique Australian flora, and fauna–from real creatures to the imagined, actual to mythological, microscopic to megafauna, our marvellous
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2017 SRC Invoices

Invoices for 2017 SRC Materials will be emailed to you over the next few weeks. To help expedite receipting your payment to your account, can you please ask your accounts team to: Include the SL Number and Invoice number in
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2017 Online Participation Data

To assist you with your local reporting, a file containing online registration and participation data for the 2017 Game On program is available to you for download via the SRC Dropbox. Go to the SRC Dropbox Click on Folder 5.
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National iPod Registration Draw

Libraries that collected paper registration forms are eligible to enter 3 names from their in-house registrations into the Summer Reading Club online national iPod draw. You may enter 3 names per library branch. To enter your names into the draw select:
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2017 SRC Library Display Competition

Last year, 53 libraries entered the Summer Reading Club library display competition, providing a small peek into what the SRC looks like in libraries across the country. We’ve seen a few creative cats posting their launch videos to Facebook, including a
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SRC + VR Resources = Game On fun!

Virtual Reality (VR) is a rapidly expanding digital medium that presents exciting new possibilities for storytelling! Whilst it is still early days for VR platforms, most of which are quite expensive, libraries are in an important position to provide users
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SRC Club Website 2017

The SRC Club Website is an additional resource to support library summer reading club programs. It also provides an opportunity to extend SRC programming into homes, support connections to literature and provide exposure to Australian authors and illustrators. Highlights in this year’s
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2017 Program Data Collection

The collection of SRC end of program data helps us to keep improving the quality of the program and resources, and to substantiate the key deliverables of the Summer Reading Club. Last year, libraries reported that in addition to sustaining literacy in
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Announcing authors and illustrators to be featured in 2017 Online Program

The Summer Reading Club online program or Club site will feature the following 21 authors and illustrators who have released new titles in 2017–18. Each author/illustrator will have a profile in the online Celebrity Corner and children will be able to
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Graphic Suite for Teens

Are you looking for a way to reach out to the teen readers in your communities? As a trial for 2017, a second visual campaign targeted to connect and entice participation from your teen cohort, have been illustrated by Michael
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