The Mount Isa City Library can equip you with a wealth of e-resources. Some of these include resources and training specifically aimed at senior citizens.
Tech Savvy for Seniors
Join one of the small, friendly training group sessions supported by local library staff where you can learn new skills to help you get connected and take the first step to becoming tech savvy.
The training is free and designed to make it easy for you to safely and confidently get connected and learn at your own pace.
Find out how to access all the important information you need and things that you are interested in.
Learn skills in:
- Smartphones and tablets
- Social media
- Online shopping
- Internet banking
To register visit the Mount Isa City Library at 23 West street or call 07 47473350
We also have easy follow educational videos to help you learn more about technology at www.telstra.com.au/tech-savvy-seniors
For more information on the Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland program visit www.slq.qld.gov.au/whats-on/programs/tech-savvy-seniors-queensland
Online Computer Training Resource
thecomputerschool.net is an online computer training organisation that specialises in easy-access online computer education.
The Computer Skills Index link contains hundreds of comprehensive computer training tutorials, with more continually being added.
Tutorials include full colour, easy-to-follow screen-shots with step-by-step instructions covering an extensive and varied range of entry-level "How do I?" learning topics.
To use this valuable resource, click on the above mentioned link and
- Click SIGN IN (located at Top-Right hand corner of the screen)
- From the drop down menu (in the Log-in Box) select (TTD) Technology Training Directory
- Enter the following;
- Username: member4747
- Password: member
- Then click Log In
The State Library of Queensland provides free access to authoritative e-resources, including journals, newspapers, magazines, and legislation. There are also over 100,000 e-books. available freely for patrons. These databases and resources are available from any internet-enabled computer.
Good Reading contains over 50 new book reviews each month, along with author profiles, stories on writers' houses, book trivia and literary quizzies, which makes the magazine everything about books! Readers also have access to bonus exclusive interviews and stories just for online subscribers. To access Good Reading Online click on the link below
(when you click on this link for the first time, please set up your personal account for the Good Reading Resource Hub by following the instructions in the dialogue box)
An inspiring online magazine written for by and for Young Adults. With reviews of new Young Adult titles in every edition, it is the perfect place to find the next enthralling book to read. We welcome submissions from our young readers, such as short stories, poetry, art, short films or original music and publish a selection of these in every exciting issue! Click onto SpineOut to access the magazine.
Our latest digital magazine for Primary Kids. Like it's big sister SpineOut, which is hugely popular with high school students, PK encourages students to submit their creative works and then experience the thirll of being published. We accept all kinds of submussions: short stories, poems, art, craft, reviews. musical performaces, science projects and more. Featuring interviews with popular children's authors, sporting performances, science projects and more. Featuring interviews with popular children's authors, sporting heroes, and of course plenty of competitions, PK is a fun, funky yet serious magazine out every two months. Click onto PK Magazine to access the magazine.
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