Accessibility services

Our libraries offer a wide range of disability resources, programs and events. Resources include audio books, large print materials, special needs software and assistive technologies.

If you need help accessing library resources, programs or events, please call us on 07 3412 5420 or email us at libraries@logan.qld.gov.au.

Accessibility centre

The Logan North Library has an accessibility centre with computers, equipment and resources for people with vision, hearing and mobility disabilities and learning differences. For more information, please call us on 07 3412 4140 or email us at logannorthlibrary@logan.qld.gov.au.

Reading and writing help

Do you need help with reading or writing? Or know someone who does? Maybe we can help. Call 07 3412 4459.

We have a range of free reading and writing resources available at our libraries. For more information see Reading and writing help.

Audio books, DVDs and large print

We have audio books, DVDs and large print books in our libraries and online.

Books on CD, MP3 and Playaway are available in the branches and online. For more information, please see our audio books collection.

We have open and closed captioned DVDs available. For more information, please see our DVD collection.

We have large print books available. For more information, please see our large print collection.

Library services at home

Our volunteers provide library material to residents of Logan City who are confined to home. To find out whether you can access the service, please call us on 07 3412 4147.

For more information or to become a volunteer, please see Library services at home.

Languages other than English

Readers of languages other than English will find a large range of materials in other languages, including:

  • magazines and newspapers
  • books.

The State Library of Queensland supports our members by having books and resources in languages other than English.

Learning English

Our libraries help members with learning or improving their English. English conversation groups meet weekly to help improve English language skills through conversation.

To find a session, please see our Events calendar.

Sensory space

Marsden library has in interactive area called the sensory space, where children of all abilities can explore and learn. It provides technology and sensory experiences and includes things like:

  • touch
  • sight
  • sound
  • movement.

The sensory space has received financial assistance from Logan City Council and the Queensland Government through the State Library of Queensland.

For more information, please contact the Marsden Library.

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