Creating a Facebook page for your business or community group

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When: Monday 18 July from 11:00 am – 12.15pm

Where:  City of Tea Tree Gully Library

Facebook logo It seems that everybody is on Facebook nowadays.

In addition to socialising online with your friends, Facebook can be a very effective vehicle to keep in regular contact with your business’s customers or members of your community group.

You can use your Facebook page to promote products and events, attract a new clientele and build relationships and goodwill with your existing customer or membership base.

If you are you interested in starting a Facebook Page for your business or community group, this free session will teach you the steps involved in creating a Facebook page and how to market to your audience.

Perhaps you have questions you want answered such as:

¨ Can I assign someone else to help manage my page?

¨ What is the best strategy to grow my page?

¨ Should I pay Facebook to advertise my business or community group?

Then this is the course for you!  Bookings are essential and can be made online.  Or telephone 8397 7333.



Free Computer and IT Skills Training at the Library

Tea Tree Gully Library continues to provide free classes for learning new computer and Internet skills at the Digital Hub each month.

Tea Tree Gully Digital Hub

Tea Tree Gully Digital Hub

You can choose to attend a group training session on the monthly timetable or book a one-on-one session at a time that suits you.


Group sessions are conducted in an informal, supportive and friendly environment in the Tea Tree Gully Library.

Each month we hold classes for beginners learning how to use their iPads, Android tablets, Windows 8 and many more.

Visit our Events Calendar to see what’s on offer each month and make an online booking.
Bookings can also be made at the Library or by phoning 8397 7333.

One on One Sessions

If you would like a more personalised session, book in for a one-on-one session with a professional IT trainer at the Library. All of these sessions are free and run for 45 minutes.

We can offer assistance with:

  • iPads and Android tablets
  • Windows 8
  • Basic computer and internet skills
  • Setting up an email account
  • Online banking, job seeking and online forms
  • Social media (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, WhatsApp etc)

Bookings are essential and can be made at the Library or by phoning 8397 7333.


Bookings for Modbury Digital Hub Training sessions are now open!

Modbury Digital Hub

Bookings are now open for our Modbury Digital Hub training sessions in the Library. There are lots of  group and one on one sessions to choose from covering topics such as Facebook, online jobseeking, how to get savvy with your iPad, digital photos with Picasa, Internet basics, computing basics, how to get the best from Google, online shopping and more.
Come along to learn new skills and have some fun!
See our website for all the session details or call us at the Library.  Bookings are essential for all sessions and can be made at the Library or by phone on (08) 8397 7333.

Remember the training room closure!

PCsYou may recall that we are becoming the Modbury Digital Hub in 2013 as part of the National Broadband Network roll out.

The first stage will be a revamp of the Training Room beginning tomorrow Thursday January 3. We’ll be taking out all of the PCs from this room and most of the furniture to make way for some building works and some new equipment.

You’ll still be able to book and use any of the other PCs in the Library. We anticipate we’ll be able to use the room again from January 28.

The NBN Digital Hub is coming

The City of Tea Tree Gully Library has some exciting news for 2013…

We have been awarded a grant from the Australian Government’s Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy to spend on setting up a National Broadband Network Digital Hub. We’re using this money to get some computers, iPads and more, as well as create lots of new training sessions. It’s all about the new high-speed Internet connection and showing you the different ways you can benefit from it.

The Digital Hub is set to launch in February 2013 along with our brand new Internet Training program. We’ll give you news and information on this fantastic program as we get it, but for now you can click the links to find out more!

Forwardit – learn all about using the Internet!

The SA Government has created a great website for anyone who would like to learn how to use the Internet safely, securely and at their own pace.
Whether you’re a complete beginner, have dabbled a little bit or have some experience and are keen to learn more,  FowardIT will assist you to develop  the skills you need.

The site has three main sections with many self paced sessions for you to work through, featuring helpful videos and graphics to make learning easy and interesting.
The Basics
Features sessions on getting started on the Internet, Email, Online Safety, Facebook, Skype, how to use your tablet, even Online Dating, plus lots more.
For Employees
This section helps with skills required in today’s workplace such as basic word processing and spreadsheets, document management, creating presentations and Internet searching.
For Small Business
Assistance for small business with eCommerce, setting up a PayPal account, social media for small business, website development, as well as tools such as inventory and teleconferencing.

There really is something for everyone, so take a look and learn some new skills and remember to refer your friends and family to the site too.

Internet training is back

Now that we’re settled into the One Card network, we’re looking forward to resuming our Internet Training program.

Over the next few months we will be running our ever-popular  Picasa, Google Basics and Facebook for Beginners sessions. A new addition to the program is Get More from the One Card Catalogue, where you can learn how to use our new catalogue to search for your favourite titles and place holds on material from other One Card libraries.

See our website for more information, and don’t forget to book by calling 8397 7333.

Internet Training Postponed

Internet training

The Library Internet Training Program has been be postponed until July 2012.
For the next couple of months we will be concentrating all our time and effort on the implementation of our new library management system, as part of the statewide One Library Card project.
Within three years this project will connect all of South Australia’s public libraries, making your library card a passport to libraries across South Australia.
We apologise for any inconvenience this postponement may cause but look forward to bringing you more training sessions later in the year. Details of July sessions will be available from early June.

No more training in 2010

The Library’s Internet Training program and Basic Computer Skills for Beginners sessions have finished for 2010.
Both will recommence in February next year.
View the Library’s Internet Training webpage in January for details of the 2011 program.

A great big thankyou to our wonderful Basic Computer Skills volunteers who have used their vast experience, skills and patience to assist over 300 computer beginners this year!
Their hard work has really been appreciated by those they have assisted and by the staff of the Library.

Keen to find great books to read?

If you’re a keen reader who would like to find out what’s new in the world of books and how to find great reads via the Library catalogue, then come along to our Discover great reads online @ your Library session on Wednesday 21 July from 10:30am – 12:30pm. 

Good reading Magazine
Library staff  will introduce you to our online resource Good Reading Online and to Library Thing for Libraries, an enhancement to our catalogue designed to make finding great reads easier.


Book in next time you’re in the Library or give us a ring on 8397 7333. Bookings open Friday 2 July.
If you’re interested in finding out what other training sessions the Library offers, visit our
Internet Training webpage.