Do you or does someone you know struggle with using technology and connecting online?
We are here to help!
Libraries Tasmania is a leader in helping Tasmanians to develop their digital literacy skills and make full use of digital technologies and the benefits they bring.
We help people get online in our 45 locations around the state, by providing access to free WiFi and computers.
Digital skills vary widely in our community, and Libraries Tasmania assists clients to develop skills from the very basic, to the more complex.
All our support is free and our experienced staff in public libraries support people to develop the skills to access everyday services such as email, banking or their My Health Record, as well as to become producers of digital content themselves.
At the State Library of Tasmania Reading Room, and through our online chat service, we assist clients who already have good digital literacy skills to successfully use research databases to find the best results for their research project.
Our expertise in information management and technology makes us the perfect organisation to support Tasmanians to develop their own digital literacy skills.
Libraries Tasmania runs regular classes for free to support everyone to get online. Get Online Week is the perfect time to get free access to digital support that is always available at your library, giving everyone the digital skills for everyday life.
Our friendly staff are always at hand to help you troubleshoot something or give you advice.
- Learn how to chat with your friends and family online in Zooming with Friends @ Hobart Library
- Losing all your recipes? Get organised in Create an Online Recipe Book – Tech-Talk and Tea @ Devonport Library
- Enjoy a morning tea and ask questions in Get Online Week Digital Q&A Morning Tea @ Exeter Library
- Learn how to library @ Wynyard Library – how to search the catalogue on your phone and how to use the self-issue machine.