22 Stay Smart Online The Australian Government’s online safety and security website is designed to help everyone understand the risks and the simple steps we can take to protect our personal and financial information online. Visit www.staysmartonline.gov.au for more information. Discount home computer hardware schemes for seniors There are a few organisations in SA that, with the help of volunteers, recycle used and donated computers for resale to eligible members of the public. Visit www.itshare.org.au, w ww.workventures.com.au or www.acs.org.au/pcrecsig fo r more information. AdelaideFree – free WiFi in Adelaide CBD and North Adelaide A partnership between the Government of SA, Adelaide City Council and Internode provides free wireless coverage in outdoor areas across the CBD and North Adelaide. Visit www.hotspot.internode.on.net/ partners/adelaidefree for more information. Alliance of U3As in South Australia Inc. University of the Third Age (U3A) is a self-help organisation providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment for people over 50 who are no longer in full-time employment. There are many U3As in metro and regional South Australia. Visit www.u3asouthaustralia.org.au for more information. For those that can’t attend a U3A in SA, a $25 annual fee will give you membership to U3AOnline, providing you with unlimited access to online courses. Visit www.u3aonline.org.au for more information. TAFE SA short courses Short courses are offered at campuses, online and within community facilities and are a great way to try something new. Digital literacy short courses include Computers for Beginners, Connect and Set Up Hardware, Get the Best From Your Digital Device and Internet Know How. Visit www.tafesa.edu.au/courses/short-courses for more information.