The LifeSteps Guides to the Internet were first launched in 2005 and were revised in 2013-2014.
The guides have been written by public library staff and target users previously unfamiliar with the Internet and specifically late adopters, or those who have been excluded from the Information Society.
The aim of these guides is to enable these users to pursue a number of 'life steps' using the Internet. To do this library staff selected topics which they felt, based on daily experience handling queries from the public, would be most relevant.
By using these guides and the public access Internet PCs, library staff help to promote the relevance of the Internet to everybody, as well as, most importantly, helping users to navigate useful information step by step.
Each LifeSteps Guide to the Internet is available in eBook (swf) and PDF format.
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