Online Help

Helping another at the computer

Library staff are able to provide assistance with any computing matters for any age.  Please contact us on 5522 2265 to make an appointment or ask at your local library for any urgent assistance required.

Should you wish to explore yourself there are some great online training options below:

Go Digi

Infoxchange and Australia Post have joined together to create Go Digi, a national four year digital literacy program with the goal of supporting more than 300,000 Australians to improve their digital skills.  The website features easy to follow learning guides.


Be Connected

Be Connected is an Australia wide initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world. They have online learning resources as well as a Network of community partners – the Be Connected Network - who offer in-person support so you can develop your digital skills and confidence. Find a local place for friendly help and advice or join the Network to help others.



A Canadian website, Techboomers has over 100 free courses with thousands of step-by-step tutorials and informational articles that can help you learn anything and everything about the Internet's most popular websites and apps.


Topics include things such as:
  • How to use Facebook.
  • How to create a MyGov account.
  • Shopping and Banking safely online.
  • How to use free public wifi.
  • How to use Instagram.
  • How to watch free videos with Youtube.
  • What is Online Banking.
  • Top tips for job hunting.
  • Start selling items with eBay.
  • and many more....
Browse the full list of guides available, click the links on the right and start learning today!