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Broadband for Seniors program @ Bega Library

  • Provides older Australians with access to computers and the Internet via free Internet kiosks,
  • Supports seniors to gain confidence and build skills in using new technology,
  • Addresses the issue of older Australians feeling isolated and ‘left behind’ in a technological age,
  • Builds community participation and social inclusion amongst older Australians.

Dedicated computers and volunteer tutors are available for training in the following areas:

  • Basic computer use
  • Word processing
  • Email
  • Internet searching

Please call Garry on 6499 2127 to make an appointment.

Computer Training @ your library

Need to brush up your IT skills - never used a computer before - like to learn how to use a Mac - download digital photos from your camera? Free computer training is available at all libraries, just call your local branch for further information.

Stay safe on the net

Cybersmart can help you and your family stay safe and secure on the internet while having fun. Information on the Cybersmart web site will empower children and young people to be safe online.

Visit Cybersmart web site for more information about Internet Safety.

University of Wollongong Partnership

Bega Library as a partner with the University of Wollongong provides access to a local academic collection, online resources, reference assistance and literacy classes. Visit University of Wollongong - Bega Campus for more information

Special services@your library

Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC) - Includes plain language books about various aspects of Australian Law. Includes a series on topical issues and a range of free pamphlets.

To find put more about the law in NSW go to Find legal Answers

Drug Info @ your library

Drug Info Services provides accessible drug information to communities through public libraries and the web since 2002.

Local and Family History

Our collection includes books, newspapers, microfilm, fiche, CD-ROMs, online resources like Ancestry.com and a reference service. 

Multicultural services for libraries

For more information about Multicultural Services and books in other languages please visit State Library Multicultural Services

The State Library of NSW holds collections in more than 40 community languages. These collections are loaned free of charge to the people of NSW through the public library network.

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