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Digital Navigators Provide Free Tech Training at the Loveland Library

With Digital Navigators, our community has a new resource for bridging the digital divide. The initiative helps empower individuals by offering essential digital skills training and personalized tech support.

Digital Navigators are patient and friendly experts who offer no-cost, one-on-one assistance with a wide variety of topics, such as smartphone, computer, and tablet basics, using social media, Microsoft Office, and Google apps, navigating the internet, accessing telehealth and other online services, and even obtaining a new device.

Image of two hands holding a mobile device and another hand pointing at it with a pencil.Recruited as part of a new Colorado Department of Labor and Employment Digital Access Plan grant program, the Digital Navigators are AmeriCorps service members. They will be available at several libraries throughout Larimer County, with the Loveland Public Library serving as the county headquarters. The Loveland Public Library has partnered with other organizations, including Pulse Fiber Internet, to help bring this program to the community.

Drop in to the computer lab at the Loveland Public Library at 300 N Adams Ave. for support from the Digital Navigators, or you can book appointments at lovlib.org/dignav or by phone at 970-962-3154.