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Digi Learn at the Library

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What is Digi Learn?

Digital Hub 2The term ‘digital literacy’ encompasses a broad range of skills which assist a person to be able to use technology and be an active participant in the digital world. This includes everything from how to use digital devices, online government services and internet, through to learning more about online safety, podcasting, 3D printing and robotics.

Digi Learn at the Library is a series of programs and events focused on building these skills from the absolutely beginner to intermediate level. All sessions are free, and can be booked throughout the year.

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Adult Digital Literacy Programs

Free Technology Help Digital 1-1

Help build your confidence when using technology and to safely connect online.

Weekdays across all five library branches – bookings are essential.

Weekend drop-in @ West Lakes – no bookings necessary.

Book online here:


Vietnamese 1-1

Ready to take your first steps with digital technologies? We can help you build confidence to safely access the online world. We may not know all the answers, but we will work with you to help find them. Sessions will be conducted in Vietnamese. Please bring your own device, charger, library card and any passwords you may need.


Back to Basics

As part of the Be Connected program, we are offering free Back to Basics sessions at the Findon Library until the end of May to adults interested in taking those first steps in discovering how technology can help people to stay in touch with family and friends.

These sessions will focus on everything from email and internet safety basics to using Skype and Virtual Reality.

Bookings are essential for each event. For a complete listing of all sessions, please click here:


Devices and Apps

Learn how to navigate your smart device and discover new apps on range of topics. Please bring your own smart device for each session.

Bookings are essential.


New and Emerging Tech

Discover new gadgets and technology in the safety and comfort of your local library.

Bookings are essential.


Digi After Dark

Can’t make a session during normal office hours? Why not book into an evening session instead?

Bookings are essential.


Creative Digital

Channel your inner artist with a range of art based software and apps.

Bookings are essential.


For further information on all adult digital programs and locations please phone 8408 1333 or see our Digi Learn Calendar below.

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Children’s Digital Literacy Programs

Robotics and Digital Literacy Programs are available for schools within the City of Charles Sturt Council (during school term only)

Please contact our Digital Literacy Officer for more details on 8408 1333.


Geek Sc#ool (9-14 years)

Geek just got cool! Not your average school. Learn, play, and interact with new gizmos, gadgets, robots, coding and tech.  

Run fortnightly Mondays after school from 3:45-4:45pm.

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Bookings are essential and you must commit to all five sessions.


Minecraft (9-14 years)

Dive into the world of Minecraft! Build, mine and stockpile in creative mode and fight mobs and the ender dragon in survival mode. Sessions are suitable for beginners or experienced players. Play takes place on the library session.

Run fortnightly Mondays after school from 3:30-5:00pm.

Civic Library – Digital Hub.

Bookings are essential for each session.


School Holiday Programs

Digital programs are offered as part of the wider school holiday programs in the libraries. Bookings are often essential for these very popular sessions. Please see our School Holidays page for more information.


For further information on all children’s digital programs and locations please phone 8408 1333 or see our Digi Learn Calendar below.

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Digi Learn Calendar

View the calendar and book into a session:

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