The young and popular IT-guides who speak other languages than swedish was appreciated in Örebro

We had activities at four libraries in Örebro, Örebro City Library, Haga Library,
Vivalla Library and Varberga Library.
We arranged the activities together with the Civic Office, two Compounds( Bilda and
Abf ), two Educationals (Transfer and SeniorNet), Employment service, Central
student Board, Insurance Office, Consumer Advice Centre, Immigration Office,
Pension authority, Tax Agency, Archive Centre Orebro County and Swedbank.
Most of the activities were drop-in activities. We showed every person what he or she
asked for and wanted to know about the Internet.
The program "Knitting at the Internet" by the Educational Bilda, showed how to use
your computer while knitting. It was very popular. "How to buy and use self-service
at the Internet" arranged by the Civic Office had most visitors.
The young It - guides from the Transfer compounds were very popular. They speak
other languages than swedish, which was appreciated. We had 116 vistors during
the week.
/Marianne Redman, librarian at Örebro City Library

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