Digital Navigator Resource Hub


The Digital Navigator Resource Hub is a repository of resources to promote digital skill development and help adult learners and workers navigate online information and access technology equipment.

What This Includes

Skills addressed: Digital Skill Building, Community Resources, Being Safe Online, Accessibility

Learner resources

  • Find digital skill-building guides, videos, courses, and activities in each of the resource hub buckets: Computer Fundamentals, Online Basics, Communication, Explore, Apply for Jobs, Community Resources, Being Safe Online, and Accessibility
  • Explore, Apply for Jobs includes courses, videos, and guides, starting with job search preparation to build work-related digital skills, such as learning to collaborate online with colleagues
  • Accessibility shows users where to find and use accessibility features (such as voice recognition tools or screen magnifiers) on their computer, phone or tablet
    Technology solutions
  • Resources for finding low-cost internet service, computers, and devices
  • Connectivity resources for locating low-cost internet solutions for constituents

Key Takeaways

  • Many of the resources, such as Online Job Searching, can be used off the shelf as instructional materials or shared with students to complete independently.
  • The majority of these resources are accessible to intermediate- to high-level ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) students and above.
  • High school and higher education students can access this hub to find resources to help them become more technically proficient and versatile as they proceed through their studies.
  • Many of the activities within Communication, Community Resources, Being Safe Online build critical and creative thinking skills.
  • Workforce development agencies can use the courses, guides, and tools to differentiate instruction for their customers, assist them to get online, or acquire a computer.
  • Job seekers can use the resources in Explore, Apply for Jobs to plan for a career, search and apply for jobs, build workplace skills, and plan for the future.
  • Organizations can find information about purchasing low-cost computer equipment and recycling computers.

DigitalUS is a coalition of education, workforce, and employer groups working to remove barriers to technology access and digital skill development and training in order to attain digital equity in the United States. The Digital Navigators program works directly with diverse organizations, such as libraries, adult education programs, and workforce development agencies, by helping them build their capacity to assist constituents in securing digital access and tech support, provide foundational digital skills, and offer referrals to digital literacy and upskilling programs as well as job training support. The Digital Navigator Resource Hub was established in 2020 and is free and available to all.

Adaptability & Flexibility


Critical & Creative Thinking

Digital Literacy

Navigating & Using Information


Teamwork & Collaboration

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