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Introduction to online Shopping and Banking - Part 2

BANKING AND BIDDING ONLINE The internet provides tremendous tools for managing your finances. All those financial tasks that you had to grind through previously – lining up at the bank, paying bills, filling out forms – can now be done online, at your own convenience, at a time of your choosing. Online banks let you pay bills, transfer money and check accounts at the click of a mouse button. There are other conveniences offered by the internet as well, including the ability to... [More]
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Introduction to online Shopping and Banking - Part 2

<p><em>BANKING AND BIDDING ONLINE</em><br />

The internet provides tremendous tools for managing your finances. All those financial tasks that you had to<br />

grind through previously – lining up at

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This class will be run via Zoom. A link will be emailed prior to the start of the class.

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Sharing Photos and other attachments online

In this workshop we’ll cover using email and Facebook to share your photos and files. First up, we’ll look at how to attach files to your emails. Second, we’ll look at how you can use your Facebook account (if you have one) to upload individual photos and entire photo albums to the web, for viewing by anybody on your friends list – or in the world, if you choose. What you’ll need: An internet-connected laptop or desktop computer; either your own or supplied by the workshop... [More]
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Sharing Photos and other attachments online

<p>In this workshop we’ll cover using email and Facebook to share your photos and files. First up, we’ll look at how to attach files to your emails.

Second, we’ll look at how you can use your Facebook

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Introduction to Video Calling

Video calling (using Zoom and Skype) **OVERVIEW ** Video calling is an additional way to connect with friends and family as well as participate in activities, events and appointments from a distance. The aim of this workshop is to teach people how to use common video calling applications in safe and appropriate ways. WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR? Seniors who would like to learn how to use video calling and test it out in a safe environment. HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE This training guide... [More]
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Introduction to Video Calling

<p><strong>Video calling (using Zoom and Skype)</strong></p>

<p>**OVERVIEW **

Video calling is an additional way to connect with friends and family as well as

participate in activities, events and

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Introduction to NSW Seniors Card Website

OVERVIEW If you’re a NSW resident over the age of 60, you may already be well aware of the benefits of the Seniors Card/Senior Savers Card. Having a Seniors Card gives you access to major discounts with thousands of stores and government services, from transport, to insurance, to groceries, to plumbing and other services. The introduction of the Senior Savers Card is available for those who are working more than 20 hours of work per week and not yet eligible for the Seniors Card.... [More]
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Introduction to NSW Seniors Card Website

<p><strong>OVERVIEW</strong></p>

<p>If you’re a NSW resident over the age of 60, you may

already be well aware of the benefits of the Seniors

Card/Senior Savers Card. Having a Seniors Card gives

you

...

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Introduction to Email Part 1

Email is one of the fundamental internet technologies, a tool used by nearly every person with an internet connection. It allows you to –at no cost – send a letter of unlimited length to one person, or many people at once. It arrives almost instantly, and they can reply straight away. Setting up your own email account will allow you to communicate with people you know in ways you never thought possible. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN This workshop covers the basic steps you need to help keep in... [More]

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Introduction to Social Media - Part 1

WHAT TO USE AND WHEN The internet helps you stay in touch with friends and loved ones. Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter let you see what’s happening in the lives of friends, and allows you to let them know what’s going on in yours. Other tools like YouTube and Flickr allow you to share videos and photos with them (and the world). Finally, there are tools like Skype that let you know when people are online and talk to them in an instant – and for free. WHO IS THIS... [More]

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Introduction to the Internet - Part 1

WELCOME TO THE INTERNET! INTRODUCTION THE INTERNET - PART 1 For people who didn’t grow up with computers, the internet can seem like a scary place. There is a world of unfamiliar jargon and new ways of communicating to contend with, and sometimes it can seem overwhelming. The truth is, however, that the internet has become quite user-friendly in recent years, and anybody is capable of accessing millions of websites, sending emails, shopping and banking online, and much more. WHO IS... [More]

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Finding reliable information on COVID-19 - online class

Session overview: This online class will give learners knowledge of reliable sources for information on the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. There are many websites that are giving sensationalised or incorrect information about coronavirus and it is important to help learners understand these are not to be trusted. Learners will gain confidence in using the internet to stay updated and check the symptoms of coronavirus through hands-on experience of using the websites.... [More]

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Introduction to the Internet - Part 2

WELCOME TO THE INTERNET! INTRODUCTION THE INTERNET - PART 2 So you have an internet connection, a computer with a web browser and know the very basics of hyperlinks and search. Now it’s time to make the most of what you’ve learned. There are literally millions of internet sites to explore, and Part 2 of our Introduction to the Internet workshop will walk you through how to make the most of them. WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR? You may be looking to extend what you learned in the... [More]

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Digital Mentoring - over 50s

One-on-one mentoring sessions are now available under the Australian government’s Be Connected Program, for learners over 50 years of age who fulfill the residency requirements. Choose the topic you are interested in from a wide range of options, including: The Absolute Basics: • What is a computer? • What is a laptop? • What is a tablet? • what is a smartphone? • What is the internet? Getting to know your device: • Using a keyboard • Using a mouse • Using a touchscreen, • Using a... [More]

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