A series of sessions to help people get online will take place in Lancashire libraries next week.
Lancashire County Council is hosting the events to mark Get Online Week.
People can find out how getting online could help them. Benefits include saving money, saving time by shopping online, finding out about healthy eating, as well as the social benefits of being online.
County Coun Marcus Johnstone, cabinet member for environment, planning and cultural services, said: “It can feel a bit daunting if you’ve never been online, but these sessions will provide someone who can guide you through it.
“Sessions are free to attend and are held at libraries across the county, so they’re easy to get to.”
To find what’s happening at a venue near you call 0845 053 0005 or visit www.lancashire.gov.uk/events