Using Computers

Being able to use a computer gives you the skills and confidence to complete your study along with many other tasks that work and life in general ask of you.

 

You’ve already made it to this page—great start! We’ve compiled this list of a few great places you can go online to build your computer skills. 

 

Basic tips on how to use a computer

Digitallearn.org provides a range of tools to help you learn how to use computers. This site allows you to work through learning at your own pace and keeps things interesting with short videos.  
Digital Learn

Learn My Way also offers free courses on using a computer, browsing the web and sending emails. 
Learn My Way

Improve your typing skills

Typing Club is a great free resource to help you improve your typing skills and learn how to touch type.
Typing Club

The Space Bar Invaders challenge is a fun game that will test your typing skills.
Space Bar Invaders

Creating documents

Google Docs is an online word processor that lets you create and format documents. You can save documents into your Google Drive and share documents with others. You will need to have or create a Gmail account to use this service.
Google Docs

Google Drive is a place that you can store your files (documents, pictures etc) and access them from anywhere with your smartphone, tablet or computer. Learn more about Google Drive and set up an account. 
Google Drive

Staying safe online

The internet is an incredible tool, but it is important to keep yourself and your personal information safe when you’re online. Stay Smart Online is information from the Australian Government, providing simple advice on how to do this. 
Stay Smart