Every day community members who lack basic computer knowledge and skills access their local public libraries hoping to complete life tasks many of us take for granted. The Public Library Association (PLA) is proud to partner with AT&T to expand upon its work helping libraries and their communities close the digital divide through new and improved DigitalLearn.org courses and training materials. To support local adoption, PLA is launching the PLA Digital Literacy Workshop Incentive, supported by AT&T, which offers funding for public libraries to conduct digital literacy training in their communities and promote the new and improved DigitalLearn.org courses. Applications are being accepted until 11:59 PM Central on June 10, 2022. Learn more about this opportunity and how to apply during this “office hours” style on-demand webinar.
At the conclusion of this free on-demand webinar, participants will be able to:
- Guide community members to new and improved resources offered through DigitalLearn.org;
- Understand the PLA Digital Literacy Workshop Incentive, supported by AT&T, award opportunity and requirements; and
- Apply for the incentive.
Who Should Attend
This free on-demand webinar is intended for all public library staff.
Mary Hirsh is the deputy director for programs at the Public Library Association and currently manages PLA's digital literacy portfolio.
Michelle Frisque is an independent consultant who has lead the development of the new DigitalLearn.org content over the past year.
B.B. Browne, program officer in the ALA Public Program Office, is an expert in the use of the online ALA Grants Management System.
This on-demand webinar is free and available 24/7 for your viewing convenience.
How to Register
No registration is required.
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Credits or CEUs
No certificate of completion, credit hours, or CEUs will be awarded for this informational webinar.