Community, Education, Information Technology

Libraries keeping community connected

Libraries today are so much more than just a quiet place to browse through books for borrowing.
There’s a buzz. An energy. And people of all ages are getting involved.
I’ve been to Baby rhyme, Preschool story time, borrowed toys, DVDs and books of course, but recently a Knit and stitch group caught my eye.
What a great chance to learn from experienced volunteers.
And speaking of these wonderful people who use their time, patience and skills to teach others, last week I took my young daughter along with me to Campbelltown library to meet a UniSA student working with the IT volunteers.
Teh Wen Nee (or Wen Nee as she’d prefer) is helping senior citizens learn how to use technology in the Digital Help Drop Ins.
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