Digital Learning @Drake will be offered to adult learners at Drake Community Library twice weekly beginning Tuesday March 17th, 2020. The individualized skills-building sessions will focus on empowering adult learners with digital literacy to perform necessary tasks—online and offline—to keep up in the digital age. Attendees can expect to learn how to set up and navigate an email account, how to transition from in-person to online banking, how to make the most of the library’s online research tools, and more.

Digital Learning @Drake will occur  twice each week —on Tuesday from 2 to 4 pm  and repeating on the following Saturday from 2 to 4 pm. 

Due to COVID-19 social distancing precautions, we are scheduling one-on-one sessions on the following topics.

  • Using Gmail
  • Job Seekers’ Lab
  • Word and Excel
  • Ancestry Research
  • Online Banking

This is a free program. Those interested may contact Drake Community Library at (641) 236-2661 or library@grinnelliowa.gov to reserve a spot. Drop-ins are also welcome.

 

This programming is made possible through the Library’s participation in the State of Iowa Department of Education “Educate & Elevate” AmeriCorps adult literacy program.