Learn to use a computer and learn more computer sessions
Visit your local library and discover ways to get online and learn more about becoming digitally active.
All Dorset County Council libraries are registered Online Centres and support learning to use the computer and the internet through Learn My Way. You can access this site on your own using the free library computers or at home.
All libraries can offer initial digital assistance at any time by facilitating access to relevant courses via Learn My Way or signposting to other venues running IT help sessions in the local area.
If you need help to get started online then join one of our regular sessions at a library near you.
Contact the library to book a session. These sessions are free unless stated and include facilitated access to:
Learn My Way Online Basics
Introducing you to the mouse, keyboard, internet and email.
Learn My Way Online Plus modules
- using online forms
- job hunting online (prepares you for Universal Jobmatch)
- jobs and interviews
- understanding public services
- make money work
- shopping online
- Facebook and socialising online
- online banking
- staying safe online
- creating documents
Learn My Way sessions
There is also the opportunity to speak to someone about help with computing.
Your mobile device and getting the most from online library service
Sessions held in the following libraries:
For Family History online research help find Ancestry sessions at a library near you.
Code Clubs are free, fun and creative computer programming for children aged 9 to 11 years old.
Do you want to help people to learn to use a computer?
You could help people to use computers and be more confident with the internet.
Become a Digital Champion in libraries.
- if you are aged 14-25 sign up as a Library Service Young People Digital Champion
- if you are aged 18+ and interested in helping young people get involved with Code Club, why not volunteer via the Code Club website. A DBS certificate is required which can be arranged
Become a Digital Champion with Superfast Broadband.
- if you are 25 or over then help to connect people as part of the Superfast Broadband programme