Plenty on offer if you want to get online on Sunshine Coast
THE world wide net is just that - a network that encompasses the bulk of contemporary communications.
In these times of speedy correspondence ,our posted letters have been coined 'snail mail'.
Not fair, some of us might say, why we can't take a little more time with things?
Well, the world may be going too fast, but let's face it we can't get off.
So in the spirit of connecting with each other, our families and the world, many of us have already made the big leap forward into modern technology.
Yes, it's an ever-changing world, so one leap forward can be the start of a fresh learning experience that will most likely see us delight in our knowledge.
One thing is for sure, whether you are a willing beginner or updating your skills, there are plenty of places on the Sunshine Coast who will happily provide you with a wealth of tech talk.
- Noosaville and Cooroy Libraries have lots of free activities on this month from computer classes to Art and Craft for Seniors. For any inquiries, phone 5329 6555 or you can visit the website www.libraries.noosa.qld.gov.au.
- If you would like to attend the Coolum library Tech Tutorial, get in early and book in on 5475 8989. Tech Tutorials is being held on September 1. The start time: is 2pm and it finishes at 3:30pm. It is free, but bookings are essential. This is a demonstration session for beginners with time afterwards for 'hands-on' discovery. This session covers how to use the iPad for internet, email, photos, connecting with family and friends, reading books, and more. Note: BYO iPad and Apple ID if you have one.
- Meetings of the Sunshine Coast Computer Club are held weekly at Caloundra on Saturdays and Buderim on Thursdays, and monthly at Yandina on the third Wednesday of each month (excluding December).Membership entitles attendance at any club meeting held on the Coast.Meetings provide tea and coffee time for informal chats with visitors welcome.Call the club information line 5492 1005, visit the website www.sccc.org.au and watch the introductory video or email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.