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Join Mr and Mrs Claus and other North Pole Pals via Zoom as they share Christmas stories, carols, and a selection of handwritten letters from the children of Ipswich.
Get Proof of Your COVID-19 Vaccinations Online
Need help accessing your COVID-19 digital certificate? Ipswich Libraries can guide you in setting up your myGov and Medicare accounts and saving your digital certificate to your smartphone.
Take Control And Stay Safe Online
Demystify the basics of computers and explore the internet. Learn how to protect your computer and online self with security and privacy tips.
Navigate Your Way Through Technology
Discover free online courses available to help you build your skills across a wide range of topics. Drop in and work at your own pace or learn along with others.
Discover A Treasure Trove Of Online Resources
Explore weekly themed websites and Apps. Uncover your pocket guide to the Internet of things.
Engage And Reminisce About The Past
Delve into Ipswich’s past as we explore the exciting free resources available at ipswichlibraries.com.au including genealogical records, local stories and more.
Create Documents With Style And Flair
Learn how to produce stand out documents using styles and fonts, spelling and grammar, and inserting images.
Take The Frustration Away From Numbers
Create basic formulas, charts, and functions to help budget your spending and savings.
Challenge Your Inner Geek
Build skills to code through fun challenges with Scratch, Spheros, Ozobots and more. No coding experience needed.
Unwind And Have Some Afternoon Fun
‘Switch’ up your Friday afternoons and take your gaming to the next level with consoles, board games, trivia and more.
Navigate safely your online resources, platforms, apps and games. Learn the importance of keeping your personal information secure and how to implement a Cyber-safety Plan for your family.
Every month compete in the ultimate Makerspace Challenge to test your skills and win amazing prizes!
Challenges change regularly and can be completed using the technology and software currently available in the Ipswich Libraries Makerspaces.