ConnectKentucky now is partnering with the Madison County Public Library to offer free digital learning via the Drive Learning Hub
to library patrons. Madison County residents are now able to go to the library website to access digital literacy content.
The Drive Learning Hub offers a diverse range of training resources at no cost to both learners and trainers. The training collections range from basic computers skills and computer
security, to curriculum that extends job skills and promotes entrepreneurship.
We are pleased to be partnering with Madison County Library to ensure that the Library can offer patrons free digital learning content, said Rene True, executive director of ConnectKentucky.
For more than 8 years we have relied on partnerships with libraries to make sure Kentuckians have access to training content, computers, and low-cost broadband service in order to help bridge
the digital divide.
In addition to providing access to great training content, the Drive Learning Hub allows students to select training that is relevant to their lives, and track their own progress and earn
award badges or certifications for successful completion of courses.
Trainers and other community volunteers can use Drive to locate up-to-date training curriculum, share their personally developed content with other Drive learners and trainers, and even
manage their own classes (student tracking and reporting) with Drive's support tools.
For instructions on how to use Drive, please refer to the Drive instructional videos below:
How to register as a leaner on Drive: https://vimeo.com/93645803
How to become a trainer on Drive: https://vimeo.com/100345579