The Be Connected Network is a movement that supports older Australians to engage with digital technology in their local communities. The network is managed by Good Things Foundation, and is part of the wider Be Connected campaign run by the Department of Social Services, in partnership with the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
I.T. Help! – One:One
Do you need some one-on-one assistance to get your technology problems solved? Assistance is available for most I.T. questions including ones relating to smart phones, tablets, laptops, PCs, and including software and hardware issues.
Fridays from October 26 –
From 1pm by appointment: 5345 2356 or FREE in Term 4, and Term 1! 45 minute per session Bookings essential – Tutor: Matthew Drysdale
Be Connected – Get Online Week! October 15 – 19
IT High Tea
Join us for a high tea and talk to us about I.T. This social event will be presented by the Neighbourhood Centre and local IT expert Matthew Drysdale. We’ll be surveying you to find out about gaps in your use of technology and using this information to plan future workshops.
Thursday October 18 11am – 12.30pm Please RSVP for catering: 5345 2356
Make your iPhone a MyPhone
Explore the functions of your apple smart phone or tablet over some morning tea. Find out what is possible as we all live our lives with a computer in our pockets!
Friday October 19, 11am – 12.30pm Please RSVP for catering: 5345 2356
University of the Third Age Techno Savvy BBQ Lunch
Join our tech curious local ‘over fiftyfivers’ for a scrumptious BBQ lunch under the old oak tree.
Friday October 19, 1pm – 2pm Please RSVP for catering: 5345 2356
(Organised and ran by U3A)
How to Outsmart your Android Smart Device
Explore the functions of your android smart phone or tablet over some afternoon tea. Find out what is possible as we all live our lives with a computer in our pockets!
Friday October 19, 2pm – 3.30pm Please RSVP for catering: 5345 2356