All of our libraries use
Learn My Way to help people develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.
Learn My Way is owned by Good Things Foundation, who are working with us to deliver our 100% Digital Leeds digital inclusion programme.
Regular drop-in sessions
If you need help getting online or using the internet, come along to one of our sessions and we’ll help you on your learning journey. You can learn about:
Using your computer or device
Learn about using a computer or mobile device such as a phone or tablet.
How to search and explore the internet, keep in touch with email, and use public services online. All while being safe and secure.
More internet skills
This subject is designed to make sure people are confident with everything they might need to do on the internet, including online shopping and social media.
Finding a job online
How to search for and apply for jobs online, including information about the National Careers Service and preparing for interviews.
Improving your health online
Including GP services online and NHS Choices.
Managing your money online
Budgeting, banking and shopping online in a safe and easy way.
Public services online
Local and national government websites, including a guide to Universal Credit.
For anyone who needs some help to get started, there are regular drop-in sessions in libraries across Leeds:
Library drop-in sessions details
Other learning opportunities
If you want to further your digital skills, there are specialist sessions available in The Central Library:
- monthly autism advice sessions where people can learn how to use
Work Club where people can get help with Microsoft Office for CVs and job applications
Studio12 where people can learn higher level digital media skills
Are you a Leeds based organisation working with digitally excluded people? Leeds Libraries' tablet lending scheme could help you bridge the gap between those online and offline.
We know that supporting non-users and limited users to become digitally included will bring wider social benefits: helping them to be better informed, more confident using online tools, feeling more independent and less isolated.
Tablets can only be borrowed by organisations rather than individuals. We will work with organisations who borrow the tablets to collect evidence of impact so that we know how our support has benefited the individuals.
To find out how your organisation can borrow some tablets and partner with us to help drive digital inclusion in Leeds, visit
For even more sessions, visit the
Leeds Adult Learning website.
Build a robot or build your business, code with confidence or tinker with tech.
Discover the huge range of digital events and activities in Leeds Libraries. We’ve got something for everyone with sessions for children, families and adults.
Highlights for April to June 2019 include Michael Morpurgo inspired LitCraft at Leeds City Museums, fun creative tech events for families in Easter, art and tech activities in our Drawing Room and our new Cisco online course for adults.
View our Discover Digital brochure (PDF 2MB)