nbn Co. has online one-on-one or group sessions available with nbn representatives to find out about avoiding and reporting scams, the role of nbn vs your phone/internet provider, enhancing nbn at home, information about nbn programs, and the nbn roll-out.
Across Tasmania/Online - Learning Activities
U3A Online provides online resources and courses in a range of areas and subjects for people who cannot access a local face to face group due to distance or disability.
Your local Neighbourhood House may be able to help you get online or answer your questions about digital devices. Contact them for more information.
Libraries Tasmania's friendly staff can support you to learn more about computer technology and the internet by helping you to use your computer or device, get online using their free Wi-Fi or computers, research your family history online, or explore and download from their eLibrary collection, including eBooks and eMusic.
Be Connected is a website with free digital courses for beginners through to more experienced digital users, and has resources for people to help others use digital devices and get online. The website also has information about community organisations that teach digital skills that you can visit for face-to-face support.