Wanneroo leads the way in WA

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Wanneroo Library in Western Australia has become the state’s first library service to achieve eSmart status.

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.

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