The SEE Library Project believes in equitable access to educational resources for all members of the global community and sharing unique and individual voices through digital technologies. The Project guided by the principle that resources should be freely available to those who are most in need of them.

Due to differences in circumstances of birth and opportunity, some schools, particularly those in developing nations, are unable to provide even the minimal necessary educational resources for their students. The SEE Project has donated educational materials internationally to over 30 schools in Fiji, South Sudan, Bhutan, the Solomon Islands and Malaysia. To date, The SEE Project has provided a range of digital devices (desktops, laptops, robotic kits, data projectors, cameras) and library books, valued at more than $250,000 (USD). 


The SEE Library Project believes that education occurs when students are engaged in relevant, inclusive education. Engaging with students from all backgrounds and beliefs to create open dialogue, learning and sharing opportunities.

Digital technologies have become increasingly important in the classroom and harnessing these technologies for creative endeavours such as digital book creation helps students to develop practical and personal skills to further their future educational development.

Modern technologies have allowed for information to be created and spread at unprecedented rates and harnessing these technologies is the role of teachers and students alike in the ever-changing landscape of the 21st century and the global information age.


Every child is entitled to an education with high-quality and relevant educational resources. Unfortunately, due to the disparity of income and opportunity in our communities, students and children from developing or poorer socio-economic regions are often disadvantaged in this area.

The SEE Library Project strives to continually move forward with the goal of providing digital books and digital resources to communities that lack educational infrastructure, with the belief that education is essential to the future development and success of the next generation.

The Share, Engage, Educate (SEE) Project is led by Associate Professor Vinesh Chandra (Queensland University of Technology).