Bribie Island Seniors' Computing Club (BISCC) Located 70km north of Brisbane, Queensland Australia, was formed in December 2000 as a non-profit mutual help group for seniors to develop their knowledge of computing.
Basic Training - Seniors new to computing who have computers can receive tuition on a one to one basis at the Bribie Island Library, and then proceed into one or more of the many workshops. An introductory course is available for people without computers. Robyn Ridley: firstname.lastname@example.org (Or the Bribie Library)
Family History - For people researching their ancestry, the Bribie Island Family History Interest Group (BIFHIG) have Family History
and Convict name databases on this site, with over 1200 names being researched by members.
Bette Webb: email@example.com
Digital Audio/Video - Contact David for lessons information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Internet & Email - The Internet Group has existed almost as long as BISCC. These days it is a simple Discussion Group meeting on the second Tuesday of each Month
3:00pm in the RSL Anzac Room. Over time the group has developed a significant amount of knowledge which is generously shared. There's usually between 12 and 20 participants so
there is plenty of opportunity to have your say or ask your questions.
No cost for attendance, everybody welcome, no bookings, just turn up. Ray Kent: email@example.com
Family History - Bette Webb holds two meeting a month in the Anzac Room at the Bribie RSL.
Beginners: First Tuesday afternoon of the month at 1:00pm. Advanced: Second Thursday morning of the month at 10:00am.
Bette also holds U3A Genealogy classes at the Bribie Recreation Hall. Bette Webb: firstname.lastname@example.org