Tech Savvy Seniors Self-Teach Videos
What are you interested in learning more about?
How to master the basics to better understand simple phones and smart phones. We cover a range of interesting topics from managing your contacts to sending and receiving pictures.
Home computers and networks
Guidance when choosing a computer, with helpful tips when shopping for one, along with other information on the different specifications and computer models available.
Social networks and online security
Through Facebook, you will be introduced to social networking, showing you how to have fun and socialise online with family and friends, regardless of where they are in the world. We also provide some suggestions on how to better protect yourself when online, and protect your personal online profile.
Internet and e-book readers
You will be introduced to search engines (such as Google) to help you be better connected, have fun, and open a whole new way of interacting with your community and the world.
Other training providers
There are several other online training opportunities, training providers and seniors computer clubs that are equally committed to supporting older adults get online.
Australian Seniors Computer Club Association
ASCCA is the national peak body for seniors and technology and it supports computer clubs for seniors across Australia.
Visit the Australian Seniors Computer Club Association website to find out more.
Broadband for Seniors
Broadband for Seniors (BFS) helps older Australians get the skills they need to use computers and access the Internet. With BFS kiosks located all around Australia seniors can learn how to use a computer and surf the Internet free of charge.
Visit the Broadband for Seniors website to search for a kiosk.
Infoxchange and Australia Post have joined together to create Go Digi. Go Digi is a national four year digital literacy program with the goal of supporting Australians to improve their digital skills.
Visit the Go Digi website to find out more.
U3A Network Queensland Inc
U3A (University of the Third Age) have a network of community organisations across Queensland that promotes healthy ageing by sharing educational, creative, leisure activities provided by their own members. They ask for no qualification for membership and they award no degrees or diplomas.
Visit the U3A Network Queensland website to find out more.
U3A Online is an individual, independent and autonomous U3A and It’s the world-first virtual U3A delivering online learning via the Internet. To study online seniors need to have access to a computer with an Internet connection - and some basic computing skills. U3A Online offers many other useful resources for older people, especially those who are geographically, physically or socially isolated.
Visit the U3A Online website to find out more.