The AskRI.org homepage now has three new quick links. What we refer to as the “tic-tac-toe” board on the homepage has a new row of services.
One is a direct link to all the AskRI.org resources that have apps for mobile devices. Many of the resources require you to create an account, so you can sync between devices and your desktop. With the holidays approaching and all the travel that comes with, you can take AskRI with you!
We also provided a link to a new resource, The RI Resource Hub. This hub is a part of the Rhode Island Data Sharing Project. It was developed by a broad cross-agency team, including Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE); Rhode Island Family Literacy Initiative at the Libraries (RIFLI); Broadband Rhode Island (BBRI); Rhode Island Higher Education Assistance Authority (RIHEAA); Department of Labor and Training (DLT); Office of Library and Information Services (OLIS); Governor’s Workforce Board (GWB); the RI Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner (RIOPC); and United Way RI (UWRI).
It enables Rhode Island adults to access both place-based and online career and education resources such as:
- WayToGoRI from RIHEAA
- AskRI from OLIS
- EmployRI from DLT
- NetworkRI One-Stops
- Job Training classes from DHS
- Adult Education classes from RIDE
- Digital Literacy Training from BBRI
We are really proud to be a part of this team, and to be able to provide access to this singular and incredibly powerful tool. Be sure to check it out!
Finally, based on your survey input, we decided to highlight more databases offered through AskRI on a rotating basis. Our first is NoveList.