At the Library
Take the Commissioner’s Digital Challenge at your library
Challenge advocate Sarah Roberts
Library Officer, Onkaparinga Libraries
Use free digital access at your library to take part
All public libraries in South Australia offer free access to PCs and WIFI so get down to your local library with family and friends and use the free digital access to take part.
Want a bit of guidance?
Some libraries are running Commissioner’s Digital Challenge programs
If you would like some guidance to complete the Commissioner’s Digital Challenge, many South Australian libraries are offering after school sessions or school holiday programs to complete the Challenge and learn to speak Robot!
The following Digital Destination libraries are offering Commissioner’s Digital Challenge after school sessions and/or school holiday programs:
Are you a librarian?
There are two simple ways public libraries in South Australia can get involved to win prizes.
Libraries can run their own Commissioner’s Digital Challenge program.
Libraries can promote the Challenge using our free material
To promote the Challenge at your library, simply print and display or share any of our free downloadable graphics in your library or on your social media.
The Challenge goes live on 29 January 2019 and closes on 27 September 2019.
Win prizes for promoting the Challenge
The most creative libraries win Potato Pirates – the award-winning card game that teaches coding to children aged 7 years+.
Promote the Challenge and do the following:
Email the Promoter a pic of your library’s promotional efforts to CommissionersDigitalChallenge@sa.gov.au
Post a pic of your library’s promotional efforts to Facebook, liking the Commissioner for Children and Young People’s Facebook page and tag @ccypsa (https://www.facebook.com/ccypsa/) to be in the running for prizes.
Make sure you submit your pic by 15 October 2019 to be in the running!