Find a wide range of learning resources for all ages.

Topics covered include help learning how to use a computer, tablet or smartphone; money management, maths, science and more.

We now have an A to Z Journal Listing page that contains all the journals available on CloudSource OA.

TheComputerSchool

A vast selection of engaging (and practical) IT-based education modules – with thousands of detailed, quick-lesson tutorials, covering topics like: Computer and Technology Basics, KIDS (and Adults) Online Safety, Bullying, Social Media, Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, Google, Business, Music, Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Web-Design, Coding, Programming, Robotics, and much more.

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BeConnected

This Australian Government website is a great place to start with simple, guided lessons that begin with the basics. Create an account to help track your progress.

The latest Course is all about smart home technology, how to set up and use smart home devices.

 

Want some one-on-one help with getting connected or device advice? – contact your local library to book a 15 or 30 minute session.

GoDigi

An Australian website which covers a wide range of topics from basic computer and device usage to guides on how to use websites such as myGov.

DigitalLearn

An American Library website with a good range of introductory course on computers and the Internet.

GCF LearnFree.org

An American site of the Goodwill Community Foundation, which offers a wide range of online learning courses from technology through to maths and reading.

Khan Academy

Discover practice exercises, instructional videos and a personalised learning dashboard that empowers learners to study at their own pace. The platform is free and focuses on maths, science, computer programming, history, economics and more.

MoneySmart  

The MoneySmart site from the Australian Securities & Investments Commission offers free, independent guidance so you can make most of your money. The site has smart tips on dealing with the ups and downs of life, such as losing your job, having a baby, divorce or separation, buying a home or losing your partner. There is even a whole section of MoneySmart just for teachers.

Instructables

Instructables lets you explore, document and share your creations. Browse through thousands of creations and learn how to build and make almost anything.

Massive Open Online Courses

Massive Open Online Courses allow you to enrol in subjects from leading universities around the world. They range from free short courses to paid online degrees.

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