This year, Get Online Week is 15-21 October and is saying: “See how it feels when you Try 1 Thing”.
We're marking Get Online Week with events at many of our libraries, aiming to give everyone the chance to make the most of the internet, no matter how confident they are online. Try using the internet to do just one thing you’d normally do in a shop or bank, in a doctor’s or chemist, or even over the phone.
We are offering friendly support for anyone who wants to start doing a bit more online - and it’s absolutely free.
Our free events are listed below, but there may be more things happening near you - visit the Get Online Week website to find out more.
Learn about how to be safe online. This session is kindly provided by NatWest. Booking essential - talk to a member of library staff for more information.
A team from the Nationwide Building Society will explain how to stay safe online - drop in for advice.
Find out about all the services available from Norfolk libraries, including e-books, e-audio, and the Spydus mobile app that allows you to order books easily from your phone or tablet. Booking essential - for more information call 01553 768498 or talk to a member of staff at the library.
Ever wondered how to work the latest gadget? Come along to this session where experts from Hughes will help you.
Family activity to find out about coding and what you can do with it. Booking essential - for more information call 01553 768498 or talk to a member of library staff.
All sessions held at Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library.
Free, internet support with our volunteers. Great if you need some help accessing services online, emailing, searching the Internet or filling in online forms. Sessions can be booked by speaking to a member of staff or by phoning 01603 774730