Looking back at Comic-Con 2019

In May 2018, Mill Park Library developed and ran its very own comic-con, known as Mill Park Library Comic-Con. That day saw crowds experiencing all that the major comic-cons offered but in the setting of a library. The program consisted of comic book sellers; roaming superheroes; virtual reality and video gaming; cosplay competitions; fan clubs; workshops; green screen; library technology demonstrations; and comic presentations. Yet the most exciting factor of all was the community coming along dressed up as their favourite superhero or popular culture character.
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Teaching Users to Digitise

Working in a library with many digital resources drove Jack Chan to look at how his library could help users digitise their own history. Mill Park Library, part of the Yarra Plenty Regional Library service, opened in 2002 at a cost of $8 million and was the first library in Victoria to be designed around…
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