COVID-19 Update

Given the unfolding situation relating to COVID-19 in Australia and across the world, here at the City of Charles Sturt we want to be proactive and clear about how we can stay healthy and are making changes to the way we do things. We will continue to provide updates to the services and events that are impacted along with the latest information and recommendations from WHO, SA Health and the Government.

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Digi Learn

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What is Digi Learn?

Digi Learn is the term we use to describe all our Digital Literacy programs and help services throughout the Charles Sturt Library Service. Digital Literacy refers to a range of skills that help you use technology safely and effectively and to participate in the digital world.

This can include things like:

  • using your digital device - including laptops, tablets and smartphones
  • understanding online safety and how to keep yourself safe
  • web browsing and websites
  • installing and using apps
  • making sense of your operating system - Windows 10, Android and iOS
  • new and emerging technology.

Our series of programs and events are designed to help everyone in the community build these skills. Sessions range from beginner to intermediate level and are delivered from libraries, community centres and outreach facilities.

All sessions are free, delivered in small groups and can be booked through our event calendar, in person or by calling us on 8408 1333.

View calendar and book

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Digital 1-1 Call Back Sessions (until end of October)

Don't have a device or access to the Internet at home but still have a digital question. Perhaps you do have a device but don't feel confident in using it? Well our digital experts can help you over the phone or via video chat.

Book for a 45 minute session and we will call you back within the allotted time. Sessions are currently available every Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30am -12:15pm.

Bookings can be done online via our event calendar below or by calling us on 8408 1333.

Book online

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One on One In-Person Sessions (resuming November 2020)

Have a digital question, or want to get online? Our help sessions will be back face-to-face and our digital experts here to help you.

Help build your confidence when using technology and to safely connect online in these free 45 minutes sessions on one of the topics listed below:

  • Basic PC
  • Basic laptop
  • Organising and managing photos
  • Office Basics (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Internet basics
  • Email basics
  • Social media
  • Apple devices (smartphone/tablet)
  • Android devices (smartphone/tablet)
  • Windows 10

Bookings can be done online via our event calendar below or by calling us on 8408 1333.

These sessions will be provided with extra safety measures in place to ensure the best health of our customers and staff. If you feel unwell the day of your appointment, please call us and we will help book you into another session.

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Back to Basics

Back to Basics is a range of small group sessions teaching digital skills to adults which include digital library programs as well as programs with our digital partners such as:

  • Be Connected
  • Digital Springboard
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • 3D Printing and Design
  • Photo Editing
  • Lynda.com and other Digital Library resources the library has to offer.

Bookings are essential for all sessions with some programs running multiple weeks.

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Geek School

Geek just got cool! Not your average school. Each term kids aged 9-14 years will have the chance to learn, play, invent and interact with new gizmos, gadgets, robots, coding and other tech.

Sessions are delivered fortnightly on Mondays at our Civic Library - Digital Hub or online.

Term 3 is all about Makey Makey.

Bookings are essential and you must commit to the entire term.

Bookings have closed for this term.

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School Holiday Programs

Digital activities are offered as part of the wider school holiday programs in the Library and across Council.

Bookings are always essential for these popular sessions.

Visit our School Holidays page or our event calendar for more information.