Did you know that the State Library of South Australia keeps pop-ups and moveable texts in the Children's Literature Research Collection?
We are offering digital resources designed to support learning and inquiry into this collection and support learners to investigate the art of paper engineering then design and make their own pop-up or moveable texts for specific purposes.
Download a free interactive e-Book
"A Theatre Inside the Book; Paper Engineering from the Collections of the State Library of South Australia" is downloadable from the Apple Bookstore and provides a variety of multimedia assets includes images, video and audio to engage learners in independent exploration.
The following 'Welcome Video' is for young learners and educators. It provides an overview of the role of the State Library of South Australia in collecting, preserving and sharing the stories of the state. Take a behind-the-scenes glimpse into some of the areas in the library and the work that we do.
Please assist us by completing the appropriate survey after you have used our digital resources.
Interested in more of our DIGITISED ONLINE RESOURCES?
Have a look at our Digital Collections under the Toys and Games theme.
Remember to return to the Primary Years page for more Digital Resources.
What is the cost of using a Digital Resource?
All State Library Digital Resources are provided free of charge.
Any additional tools and materials to complement the experience are provided by the school.
Access Guides for each Digital Resource from the program page on the Library website
How do I use the Digital Resource?
We have provided a Guide for each of the Digital Resources which outlines curriculum links and learning processes and resources. These ideas can be adopted, adapted or used as a springboard to innovate and develop our own program.
What can I do if the videos don't work?
We recommend using browsers Chrome, Edge or Safari
How can I provide feedback?
We value your feedback and invite you to complete the short survey linked through the QR code on the Guide for your Digital Resource. This will enable us to further develop programs.
Is there someone I can speak to about the resources if I need assistance?
For any questions regarding the resources, please reach out to the Community Learning Team.
Phone: 8207 7239