Technology training through the Libraries
City of Joondalup Libraries provide a number of technology training opportunities, including one-to-one training and assistance, small group presentations and online training.
Offered at all branches, Keystrokes is a personalised, one to one, volunteer facilitated session to teach introductory computer skills such as Internet navigation, eBook use, connecting with App stores and other basic technology skills. Participants need to have access to a device such as a smart phone, tablet or laptop and to bring their device to the session. All participants are expected to have some basic knowledge of their device.
Please contact your branch library for further information.
Offered on the first and third Friday morning of each month, from 10.00am – 11.30am at the Woodvale Library, Digital Drop-in is a program of presentations on a wide variety of technology-related topics. For information on the topics to be covered please refer to the Events Calendar.
Phone assistance with technology issues, including how to access the Libraries’ online resources, is available by contacting Woodvale Library on 9400 4180.
Self-directed technology training is also available to library members through Universal Class. Topics include most commonly used software applications and social media.
Remember to be eSmart when using the Internet.