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Online digital learning at Bayside libraries

Bayside Library Service is committed to supporting digital learning in our community. 

We offer classes and one-on-one help with using eResources like eBooks.

We also offer free use of public PCs and unlimited free Wi-Fi in all of our libraries.

Technology classes and presentations

The Library runs regular training and presentations on computers, the internet and tablet devices. 

Find out about our technology events

eLearning & Technology Training

Bayside Techies 2022

Do you want to know more about technology? Join the Bayside Techies program organized by the Bayside Library Service. The program consists of 10 sessions running from March 2022 - December 2022.

  Find out more and book into Bayside Techies

Free online technology courses

Be Connected

Bayside Library is proud to be a partner with Be Connected. Be Connected is an Australian Government initiative designed to help the community thrive in a digital world. Various online learning resources are available, including access to a Network of community partners, so you can develop your digital skills and confidence. The service is completely free to use and works entirely within your web browser.

Access Free Technology Training with Be Connected


Bayside Library is proud to be a partner with GoDigi. Go Digi is the place to learn about the internet and all the different things you can do online.

Access Learning Guides on GoDigi

Stay In Touch

Join Jo Lambie for 'Tech Tip Tuesday'. Come along and enjoy a new tech tip each week, along with a laugh and chat with others.

Access Stay in Touch


Book a computer

Computer bookings can be made over the phone or in person at any branch. Bookings can be made up to a week in advance for up to 2 hours. Visitors are provided a 7 day account on presentation of photo ID.
Book a computer


Wi-Fi access

Free wireless internet access (Wi-Fi) is available at all Bayside libraries during opening hours with no time limit. Users under the age of 18 with a Wi-Fi enabled device will be considered to have parental permission to access the internet.