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Rockhampton Library Technology Centre

At the New Rockhampton Library in Bolsover Street (P O Box 243 Rockhampton Qld 4700) with voluntary instructors who can assist you to learn a variety of computer based programs

Rockhampton Library Technology Centre - Christine Cullen Rockhampton Regional Council (Rockhampton Library) Phone 4936 8212 or visit the Reception Desk on the 1st floor of the Rockhampton Regional Library, 230 Bolsover Street

Computer help for Seniors

Education Online for Computers
Offers both free and subscription-based training and tutorials for popular software applications.

Further information
Broadband for Seniors is part of the wider Australian Government initiative and avaiable

Rockhampton Library Technology Centre
Learn how to turn on a computer, use the mouse and learn keyboard skills, then learn about the Internet, how to get an Email address, how to attach photos and many more skills.
There is no age barrier and
classes are open to all members of non profit organisations.

The Center also provides contractual services (at a fee) to outside organisations requiring staff training in program skills.

External links to useful computer help

Australian Seniors Computer Clubs
ASCCA is the national peak body for seniors and technology. Membership is open to any organisation promoting access to information technology by older people. ASCCA is represented in every state and territory of Australia.

W3 Schools
The Language of Building web Pages

Seniornet Association
Dedicated to helping Seniors use computers and the Internet.

Information about viruses and how to remove them.
Trend Micro - AVG free - Comodo
- Windows Defender

W3 Schools
Free website building tutorials, from basic to advanced.

Computer Terms and Help
Information contained on this site may be of assistance to you
for trouble-shooting a problem