Wanneroo Libraries Manager Sue North said that by increasing skills to use digital technologies, our community and our library staff will be able to support our users to become more confident and positive about the benefits of digital technologies.
“eSmart melds with what the City of Wanneroo is trying to achieve to support the wider community to increase digital literacy and cybersafety.
“It fits our aspiration to build on our existing technology strength and to be recognised leaders in the community in terms of innovation and access to digital technologies,” Ms North said.
Students from Grade 4 and 5 at eSmart School Kerang South Primary in Victoria, have come together to create this fantastic video about cybersafety and using social media responsibly.Read More >
The eSmart Schools team are hosting a number of professional development workshops in regional Victoria over the coming months - starting with Wangaratta in May.Read More >
All nine library branches in the Australian Capital Territory are safer, smarter and more responsible after achieving eSmart status.Read More >
Celebrating cyber safety and digital inclusion - 5 to 9 September 2016.Read More >
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