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The British Council Cyber Centre was set up in 1998 to meet the increased demand for information and access to the Internet.

CD-ROMS currently available at the Cyber Centre

We have sixty CDs for our members to use for educational purposes. The CDs are in the following area:

  • Interactive CDs on different programming languages and applications (Word, Access, Excel, HTML and Visual C++)
  • General Science
  • Geography
  • Encyclopaedia
  • Biology
  • Law
  • Photography
Who can use the Cyber Centre?

Any member or user can use our cyber centre paying TK 30 for an hour. There are also membership option for browsing internet. User can buy and use floppy disk to copy information. We have also black & white and colour printing facilities.

Basic Internet Training

We are offering basic internet training to anyone who is interested to get introduced to World Wide Web. The next training sessions is:

24 December 2003

You will learn:

How to connect with the Internet.
How to open a free E-mail account.
How to browse or search for information on the web.

IT Workshop

We also organising free IT workshop for our library members.

Members have to register their name in advanced to participate in the workshop.

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