The Innovation Hub is in The Ken Thamm Centre (KTC) and is a multi-functional space providing services to Immanuel students, staff and the community through a wide range of physical (books, textbooks, media equipment) and virtual resources that are accessed via a library website. Staff are available to locate books; to access a wide range of electronic databases including journal articles and information for assessment pieces; to providing a daily Makerspace environment; author visits as part of the Voices on the Coast Literature Festival; and regular engagement activities in the library. The Innovation Hub nurtures a love of reading from an early age, but it also teaches information literacy and how to access the best possible information in the current electronic world. More than 70,000 learning resources can be accessed by students, staff and Immanuel families.
The KTC was officially opened on 23 February 2003 by Mrs Irma Thamm in honour of her husband, Pastor Ken Thamm, who was a founder of the College in 1979.
Monday to Thursday – 7:45am - 5:00pm*
Friday – 7:45am - 4:00pm*
Weekends – closed
School Holidays – 7:45am - 3:30pm
* Use of the KTC after 3.15pm is restricted to Secondary School students only. Primary School students on campus after this time should be booked into Outside School Hours Care unless being directly supervised by a parent or guardian or involved in organised sporting, cultural or academic activities.
Innovation Hub Coordinator: Mrs Kelly Dunham
Teacher Librarian: Mrs Jenny Byrne
Library Technician: Ms Debbie Mason
Library Assistant (Multimedia): Mrs Michelle Craik
Library Assistants: Mr John Boman, Mrs Vicki Dwyer
Contact the Ken Thamm Centre on T: (07) 5477 3443 or via email: email@example.com