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Tech Try Tuesdays

South Australia SA

event Tuesday September 8th
event Tuesday September 15th
Digital skills ,  General education
Come along for tips on getting the most out of technology.

About this Event

Join us for an adult’s introductory program to update your general technology knowledge with weekly rotating topics such as smartphones, cloud storage and password protection. You will also get to experience new and emerging technologies such as robotics, 3D printing and virtual reality.

Schedule

September 8 – Digitising old photographs and organising your photo library

September 15 – Organising your online life with the cloud

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/tech-try-tuesdays-tickets-80606278549?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

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Dates

  • event Tuesday September 8th
  • event Tuesday September 15th

Venue: South Australia

Location: , SA

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Organiser: Salisbury Community Hub

Phone: (08) 8406 8222

Website: https://www.salisbury.sa.gov.au/Home

Email: city@salisbury.sa.gov.au

One-on-One Training in Macintosh (Macbook) Computer Basics

South Australia SA

event Tuesday September 1st
event Sunday September 6th
event Tuesday September 8th
event Tuesday September 15th
Digital skills ,  General education ,  Job skills ,  Life skills

The City of Adelaide library is offering one on one Basic Training in Macbook (Macintosh) computers.

Please register online at: https://aus.evanced.info/adelaide/lib/eventcalendar.asp?ag=&et=&dt=mo&mo=1/09/2020&df=calendar&cn=0&private=0&ln=4

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Dates

  • event Tuesday September 1st
  • event Sunday September 6th
  • event Tuesday September 8th
  • event Tuesday September 15th

Times

10:15am - 11:15am
11:30am - 12:30pm
1pm - 2pm

Venue: South Australia

Location: , SA

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Organiser: City of Adelaide – City Library

Phone: (08) 8203 7990

Website: https://aus.evanced.info/adelaide/lib/eventcalendar.asp?ag=&et=&dt=mo&mo=1/09/2020&df=calendar&cn=0&private=0&ln=4

Email: customer@cityofadelaide.com.au

Android Tablet Short Course – Beginners

Glenelg Library SA Glenelg

event Tuesday September 1st
event Tuesday September 8th
Digital skills

This is a short course that runs over 2 sessions, a week apart, that will cover the basics of operating an Android tablet and is aimed at beginners. We will look at settings, apps, email, photos and more. You will need to bring your own Android device with you for the sessions.

Please note booking into the first session is a commitment to attend the second session as well.

Dates are set at Tuesday 1st September 2:00pm-4:00pm and Tuesday 8th September 2:00pm – 4:00pm at Glenelg Library.
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  • event Tuesday September 1st
  • event Tuesday September 8th

Times

2:00pm-4:00pm

Venue: Glenelg Library

Location: 2 Colley Terrace, Glenelg SA

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Organiser: City of Holdfast Bay

Phone: (08) 8179 9555

Website: http://holdfast.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=2883&backTo=Calendar&startDate=2020/09/01

Email: library@holdfast.sa.gov.au

Death on the cricket field: Fatal accidents in Australian cricket from 1858 to 2014

event Tuesday September 8th
General education

When Phillip Hughes died after being struck by a cricket ball at the Sydney Cricket Ground in November 2014, his death was described as a ‘freak accident’ and a ‘million to one’ chance. However, research on Trove shows that nearly 200 Australians have died in cricket accidents since the first recorded fatality in 1858, with about half of these deaths occurring in formal matches in district, suburban, church and country competitions and the remainder in backyard, street and social games.

Tom Gara collaborated with several sports medicine experts on a detailed study of cricket fatalities which led to the introduction by Cricket Australia of the compulsory wearing of helmets by batters, wicket-keepers and close-in fielders in all grades of cricket. In this presentation Tom will discuss the results of his research and the ways in which Trove has revolutionised historical research.

This free public lecture is part of the History Trust’s Talking History series.

Lecture will commence at 5.30pm CST on Zoom. There will be a short Q&A following the lecture.

 

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Dates

  • event Tuesday September 8th

Times

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM AEST