Go ON NI events
Go ON NI events are free and take place in libraries, community centres and various venues across Northern Ireland. They are informal technology awareness sessions to help you go online for the first time, improve your digital skills and show you more about using smartphone and tablet devices.
Due to the changing situation with COVID-19, many Go ON NI events and training sessions have been postponed until further notice.
A new virtual programme has been set up using remote learning by telephone and internet.
LibrariesNI - Zoom sessions
New Zoom sessions from LibrariesNI include:
To find out more about the Libraries NI Zoom sessions, including a timetable for over the winter months and contact details for their digital team, visit the Libraries NI website.
Digital help sheets are also available on many topics such as emails, shopping online, guides for many apps, scams and passwords but also topics for health & exercise, cooking and crafts..
In line with Coronavirus restrictions, Libraries NI will stay open for a ‘book and collect’ service. For the latest service information visit the Libraries NI website
Do you or anyone you know need help with digital skills such as shopping online, email or keeping in touch with friends and family during this uncertain time? A digital way forward could be of some assistance in making life easier.
Check out our Go ON NI website for e-learning and training guides on many topics covering how to stay safe online, shopping and staying in touch through Social Media.
You may also wish to avail of LibrariesNI eBooks, audiobooks and eMagazines
There is a variety of reading choice for customers with nearly 19,000 titles of eBooks/audiobooks, including a selection of eBooks that parents can download and share with children.