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Create a showcase of WW1 Content (QLD focus) using modern applications to help connect current and future generations of Queenslanders connect with the legacy of WW1.

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Project Goal: Connecting current and future generations with the legacy of ww1 as Robyn from the State Library of Queensland Said said the art of Story telling and pictures are powerful pictures tool which can help us acknowledge understand and share the history of people lives.

This instagram account aims to tell a meaningful narrative through the images, diaries and manuscripts that honour and embrace the Anzac spirit. Not only do these images celebrate the end of the war and the lives of the men and women served away and at home, it links the current generation together link never before. #tags, slideshows, narrated pictures deliver maxim impact at a time where social media attention spans are limited to a swipe.

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Discovering Anzacs

Description of Use Used to capture images and stories of persons included in posts. Very relevant and useful site :)

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The ode

Description of Use Quotes in the post on remembrance day

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Alfred John Shout

Description of Use Photo and story included, VC bravery and sacrifice

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One of the Soldiers

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Challenge Entries

Bounty: Mix and Mashup

How can we combine the uncombinable?

Go to Challenge | 61 teams have entered this challenge.

Bounty: Q ANZAC 100 Challenge

How might we engage Queenslanders with Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation?

Go to Challenge | 5 teams have entered this challenge.

Australians' stories

What meaningful ways can we tell the story about what it's like to be an Australian, and in what ways some Australians live very different lives than others? How can we make people more aware of the issues facing themselves and others as they go through life?

Go to Challenge | 34 teams have entered this challenge.