Get computer training, try out exciting new technologies and access super-fast Internet - Mill Park Library has been connected to the National Broadband Network (NBN) and has become a digital hub.
Mill Park Library is already known as a destination for computer training and expertise. It has become a special NBN-enabled Digital Hub thanks to a grant awarded to Yarra Plenty Regional Library by the Federal Government.
The Digital Hub provides a central location for the local community to have an interactive National Broadband Network (NBN) experience, with focus on digital literacy, health, education, business, teleworking and home entertainment/communication. The idea is to showcase the significant benefits the National Broadband Network (NBN) has to offer to homes and businesses alike.
What is a Digital Hub?
A community-based computer training and internet access point with a number of internet-ready computers. Each Digital Hub will be run by staff that can explain and showcase the benefits of the NBN and to provide training in basic online activities such as setting up an email accounts, conducting effective internet searches, connecting with family and even shopping online.
Digital Hub Training Calendar
Download the latest computer class brochure
Attend as many of the free computer training sessions as you like. Earn points each time you attend a class at the Digital Hub then trade in your points for some great rewards.
About the National Broadband Network (NBN)
The National Broadband Network (NBN) will provide high-speed broadband access to 93% of Australian homes, schools and businesses. The NBN will be more reliable, up to 40 times faster than ADSL broadband and will also give you access to greater wifi speeds and capacity. This will mean there are increased opportunities to use the internet in new and innovative ways that can save time and money.
The NBN fibre rollout will be underway or complete for up to one third of Australia's homes and businesses by mid-2015.
NBN services are now available in South Morang.
Visit www.nbn.gov.au for more details.
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