The Library's Information and Digital Literacy Strategic Framework, 2016 - 2020 (PDF, 3.8 MB) presents a strategic framework for information and digital literacy at UQ.


All members of the UQ community will develop the information and digital literacy skills they need to thrive and lead throughout their personal, academic, professional and civic lives.

Guiding principles and strategies


Information and digital literacy programs are designed and delivered in collaboration with academic staff, learning designers, education technologists and others, with a shared focus on student learning.


For teaching and learning: Information and digital literacy is fully integrated into the curriculum and contextualised in students’ learning and assessment activities.
For academic research: Information and digital literacy is fully integrated into the research lifecycle.


The development of information and digital literacy skills utilises contemporary pedagogies and online tools in new and transformational ways.


The scope and reach of UQL information and digital literacy activities are extended through the adoption of new, flexible forms of delivery and support.


Information and digital literacies are reviewed and evaluated as part of the process of continual improvement.

Contact your librarian to learn more about:

  • our Information and Digital Literacy Strategic Framework 
  • how we can support you to develop and deliver information and digital literacy programs and resources for teaching and research