Enrollment Open For Spring MARTI Courses
The ConnectME/MARTI project is a community education/professional development initiative being presented through the combined efforts of Maine Adult and Community Education and the ConnectME Authority. MARTI stands for Maine Adult Regional Technology Initiative. This statewide effort is being funded through a grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act State Broadband Infrastructure Program.
Adult education programs can apply to be part of the ConnectME/MARTI project by submitting a Memorandum of Understanding at a special website created for the project.
The state’s adult education programs are now providing ConnectME technical assistance training about high-speed, broadband internet service can enhance the lives of Maine’s citizens. Using resources developed by ConnectME, adult educators will provide community presentations, workshops and coursework to make 21st Century skills available to all.
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Adult education programs participating in the ConnectME/MARTI project will publish information explaining the program in the course catalogs. A MARTI Resource Page provides all the details for publication.
Teachers from participating adult education programs can enroll free in the two-semester MARTI Certification program and learn how to integrate technology in teaching and learning. Learn more about the MARTI Professional Development Certification program.
For more information about the ConnectME/MARTI program contact:
Bob McIntire email@example.com 207-624-6778 or
Nancy Dionne firstname.lastname@example.org 207-624-6780
The ConnectME/MARTI project is one of many broadband initiatives being undertaken across the state. The ConnectME Authority website has links to all the on-going projects.
The MARTI project is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act State Broadband Infrastructure Program Award Number 23-50-M09062