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Logan libraries first to embrace new digital program

Published: 11 September 2019

Logan libraries first to embrace new digital program
Council has implemented the Digital Springboard program run by Infoxchange and Google.

In a first for a Queensland library service, Logan City Council libraries are working to improve the digital confidence of local residents through a new program.

Council has implemented the Digital Springboard program run by Infoxchange and Google.

The free courses offered at Logan libraries through the program help people obtain the skills they need to find their next job, boost their career or start a business.

Digital Springboard works to address identified digital skill gaps to ensure no one is left behind in today’s digital world.

Courses are delivered face-to-face by local, trusted delivery partners such as Logan’s nine libraries and other community organisations.

In Logan, the upcoming Digital Springboard courses include Spreadsheets for beginners, Build a CV and Introduction to email.

Bookings for the courses are essential and can be made at Council libraries or online at loganlibraries.org/