Community Technology workshops

For general information on Community Technology workshops, please call Max Webber Library Reference Desk on 9839 6620.

Group workshops

Blacktown City Libraries deliver free workshops on a range of topics.  See below for a list of upcoming workshops: 

February 2021

Basics: Cybersafety
Thursday 25 February, 10.00 am - 12 noon

Develop the habits that keep you safe from identity theft, viruses and online scams.
Basic computer skills required. Own device optional. 
Our Library @ The Mount Druitt Hub
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Basics: Tablets
Friday 26 February, 10.00 am - 12 noon

Learn how to navigate your tablet device (e.g. iPad, Samsung Galaxy tablet, Windows tablet), connect to the internet and install apps. You will also learn how to stay safe online while using your tablet. 
Max Webber Library, Blacktown 
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March 2021

Basics: Email
Tuesday 2 March, 10.30 am - 12 noon

Learn how to send emails, and navigate your inbox, with guided practice attaching and downloading files.
Basic computer skills required. 
Riverstone Library and Digital Hub
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Basics: Computers
Friday 19 March, 10.00 am - 12 noon

Learn what computers are capable of, with guided practice using the mouse and keyboard.
No experience required.
Riverstone Library and Digital Hub
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Due to the current COVID19 pandemic, all one-on-one technology assistance has stopped until further notice.

Alternatively, you may wish to attend one of our technology workshops instead.  See the list of workshops above.

One-on-One technology assistance

Riverstone Library & Digital Hub: By appointment

Library staff provide free basic computer and technology assistance.
Bookings essential, call 9627 3823. 

Lalor Park Library: Mondays, 10.30 am – 11.30 am or 11.30 am – 12.30 pm

Volunteers provide free basic computer and technology assistance.
Bookings essential, call 9624 5243.


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