The Digital Hub aim is to encourage life-long learning through community computer literacy training programs covering a large range of topics. The Digital Hub offers a social environment where anyone in the community can participate and develop new skills. We offer group and one-on-one training sessions as well as exciting community events.
Digital Hub Training Program
To find a Training Program to suite your needs browse the Online Calendar or take a look at the current programs:
The Digital Hub provides training in computers, Internet, iPads, smartphones, tablets and more. The fun and interactive courses, for all skill levels, are available in small groups or via one-on-one sessions.
Our group courses cover a huge range of topics from the basics of computer use and how to use social media, to more specific topics such as how to set up cloud computing, how to use tablets and smartphones, and even learn how to watch movies online. Our schedule for upcoming topics is below, but please keep in mind bookings cannot be made more than four weeks in advance.
- Cloud Computing
- Photography on Your Device
- Apple Basics
- Online Safety
- Touch Typing (Hutt)
Our friendly group of volunteers can also assist you in a one-on-one learning environment. These topics include:
- Windows – Computer, Internet or Email Basics
- Apple Macbook – Computer, Internet or Email Basics
- iPads & iPhones Basics
- Android Devices
- Borrowing library eBooks
- Learn to use Virtual Library resources
Learn to engage with the online world to connect with friends and family; to stay in touch with news and current affairs; to learn, get creative and play; and save time by shopping and accessing services safely from home.
Become a Volunteer
As a Digital Hub Volunteer you will run One-on-one training with members of the public, Information Tour sessions and assist in Group training sessions as well.
For all bookings or cancellations please phone: 8203 7990.
Cancellations should be made 24 hours in advanced so that others may have a chance to book and to allow our volunteers to manage their time.
Visit: City Library, Level 3, Rundle Place, Rundle Mall, Adelaide via Francis Street or Da Costa Arcade.Back to Top