Course overview

For people who didn't grow up with computers, internet can seem like a scary place. There is a world of unfamiliar jargon and new ways of communicating to contend with, and sometimes it can seem overwhelming. The truth is, however, that the internet has become quite user-friendly in recent years, and anybody is capable of accessing millions of websites, sending emails, shopping and banking online, and much more.

What will you learn?

This workshop will walk you through the very basics of the internet: how it works, how to get online and how to surf the web. At the end, you should be able to sign up for an internet service and access and search the internet on your home computer.

When?


Friday, 18 November, 2016 - 13:30 - 15:30
Address
Logan West Library
69 Grand Plaza Drive
Browns Plains QLD 4118

How to book

Call

34124160

Or, book online via

Frequently asked questions

Does it cost money?
No, all sessions are free.
Do I need to be a member of Logan City Council Libraries?
No, but we would like to join you at the beginning of the training session. It is free to join Logan City Council Libraries, and you don't need to be a rate payer, or live in Logan to join. Just bring some form of identification with your current address to join.
Do I need to book?
Yes, bookings are required. Go to www.loganlibraries.org/events_calendar or contact your local library.

Primary contact

Logan West Library, 69 Grand Plaza Drive, Browns Plains, 4118
Main contact
Logan City Council Libraries
Phone
34124160
Email

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