Computer and technology classes

Atomic training

For those who are unable to make it to our computer workshops, Moreland City Libraries are now offering free online computer training tutorials. 

Atomic training offers 24/7 software training and support tutorials.

This training can help you if you are updating your software or if you want to learn a completely new application.

Tutorials are also available on devices, career skills, how to search the internet, Cyber safety and multimedia training.

How to create an Atomic training account

If you already have a Zinio eMagazine account this will work for Atomic training. You can log in using your email address and password as previously selected for Zinio.

If not, you will need to click on create a new account. You will then enter your library card number. This is the number printed on your Moreland City Libraries member card, for example A2000301xxxxxxxB.

The next step is to input your email address and choose a password.

Victorian Tech Savvy for Seniors     Victorian Tech Savvy Seniors logo

Moreland City Libraries are delighted to announce this program will be running for seniors. 

Victorian Tech Savvy Seniors is a free and fun technology training session for seniors. These workshops are part of the Victorian Tech Savvy Seniors Program which is a partnership between the Victorian Seniors Card Program and Telstra. Moreland City Libraries will also be running classes in Italian.

Register at your local library, by phone on 9389 8600.

Regular free computer workshops

Get started using computers in these informal, hands-on workshops.

All workshops are free and approximately 1 hour duration.

Register your attendance at your local library, by phone on 9389 8600, or online at Learn More Eventbrite.

One on one appointments

Available at all libraries. Learn about computers and devices - no question too easy or too hard. Please ask a staff member Library or call Bruce on 9389 8603.

Drop-in computer help

Drop in to have all your computer and mobile device related problems solved. No question too easy or too hard.

Brunswick Library: 2 pm Thursdays

Coburg Library: 2 pm Wednesday 15 March, 29 March, 12 April and 26 April 

Glenroy Library: 10.30 am Friday 10 March, 24 March, 7 April and 21 April

Fawkner Library: 1.30 pm Friday 24 March, 7 April and 21 April

Try an iPad

Play with one of our iPads and discover the basics of how they work.

Campbell Turnbull: 2 pm, Wednesday 1 March

Glenroy Library: 2 pm, Wednesday 22 March

Fawkner Library: 2 pm, Tuesday 4 April

Brunswick Library: 10.30 am, Saturday 22 April

iPads, tablets, smart phones and iPhones

Learn some basics of these devices and ask questions about problems you are having.

Campbell Turnbull Library: 2 pm, Friday 17 March

Fawkner Library: 2 pm, Tuesday 28 March

Intermediate iPads, tablets, smart phones and iPhones

Coburg Library: 2 pm, Wednesday 8 March

Dropbox, Google Drive and One Drive

Learn about using the cloud to store and send your files.

Brunswick Library: 2 pm,  Tuesday 7 March

Basic computers

Using computers for the first time!

Glenroy Library: 2 pm, Wednesday 8 March

Intro to Wordpress, Qix websites and blogs

Get started on making a site.

Brunswick Library: 6.30 pm, Tuesday 21 March

Video for beginners

Use your iPad or iPhone to record and edit a video

Coburg Library: 2 pm, Friday 24 March

Get the most out of your eReader!

Find free eBooks using the Open Library and other sources. 

Coburg Library: 2 pm, Tuesday 18 April

Skype for beginners

Learn about making free video calls

Glenroy Library: 2 pm, Wednesday 26 April

eTravel

Discover Google Maps, accommodation websites and more.

Coburg Library: 2 pm, Friday 28 April

Victorian Tech Savvy Seniors: Introduction to online shopping and banking - part 1

Learn how to shop and bank online by getting used to online accounts, statements and transactions.

Brunswick Library: 2 pm, Tuesday 14 March

Fawkner Library: 2 pm, Wednesday 5 April

Glenroy Library: 2 pm, Wednesday 19 April