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Digital Learning Centre (DLC) at Dr GRD Memorial Library provide access to technology
and training to help users learn new digital skills and improve their digital literacy. DLCs can
be a valuable resource for library patrons, especially those who may not have access to
technology or who may be new to using computers and the internet.
Access to technology:
DLCs provide access to computers, internet access, and other digital tools that may not be available to patrons at home. This can help patrons to develop digital skills, access online resources, and complete tasks such as job searches or online learning. Digital literacy training: DLCs offer training programs and classes to help patrons improve their digital literacy skills. This can include classes on basic computer skills, internet safety, online research, and using digital tools such as email, social media, and productivity software.
DLCs can offer job readiness training, including resume building, online job searches, and job application assistance. This can help patrons to develop the skills they need to succeed in today's job market.
DLCs can serve as a hub for community outreach programs, including after- school programs, coding camps, and other technology-related programs. Digital Learning Centres can be an important resource for library patrons, providing access to technology and training that can help them to develop digital skills and improve their digital literacy.
For any further queries, kindly contact the Librarian. You can reach at firstname.lastname@example.org