Computer and technology classes
Need help with your iPad, tablet or mobile phone?
Bring your device and questions, or try out an iPad for the first time.
2 pm, Tuesday 16 January, Coburg Library
2 pm, Wednesday 14 February, Campbell Turnbull Library
Drop in computer help
Feeling overwhelmed, stuck using your phone or computer program,? Join our group to have a cup of tea and share everything tech.
Brunswick Library: 2 pm, every Thursday
Glenroy Library: 10.30 am - 12 pm, Friday 12 January, 9 and 23 February
Computers and work
Are you looking for work? Do you need help using a computer or phone to search for jobs and create a resume? This class will help you understand what to do and answer any questions you have.
Getting back to computers
Have you used computers but not for many years? Do you need to refresh your computer skills to return to work? At this class you can find out about current computer skills and ask any questions about learning more.
Bitcoin in Brunswick Library: What does blockchain mean for local neighbourhoods?
Learn about the impact of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies on business and the community.
Blockchain is the technology underpinning bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It will soon be applied to a wide range of processes and services and has the potential to transform how we do business and collaborate as a community. Join Ellie Rennie the Principal Research Fellow at RMIT University’s Blockchain Innovation Hub as she explains what it means for local communities
Ask all your questions about passwords, anti-virus software, email viruses, Wi-Fi networks, social media, backups and ransomware.
Would you like to find out about booking flights and accommodation using a computer, phone or tablet?
Intro to Wordpress websites and blogs
Get started on making a website in the class designed for complete beginners.
Facebook for seniors
Discover the basics including privacy settings.
You can also book directly with Moreland Libraries by phone.