Bendable Maine

Bendable Maine is being built as a community-centered lifelong learning system created by the Drucker Institute, a nonprofit social enterprise based at Claremont Graduate University. It allows residents of all ages and backgrounds to easily acquire new knowledge and skills through online courses as well as in-person learning opportunities.
The learning system’s aim is to make the residents of Maine more resilient in the face of a fast-changing economy. It is truly lifelong and universal but is focused, above all, on reaching those in the Maine community who have been most underserved. More about Bendable Maine. [PDF]

Bendable Maine Content

Bendable Maine National Content Providers

 

Bendable Maine Digests

Bendable Fellows

Christina Kane-Gibson: christina@maine.bendable.com;

Kate Hunter: kate@maine.bendable.com;

Paul Salway: paul@maine.bendable.com;

Landis Hackett: landis@maine.bendable.com

Library Hubs

Co-Design Phase (Summer and Fall 2021)

Stakeholder Design Zoom Workshop Recordings

October Stakeholder Design Workshops - Infographics: Gallery Walk About Learning Headlines

July meetings documents: Worksheet #1 [PDF]; Worksheet #2 [PDF] Bendable Info [PDF]

Statewide Zoom - Introducing Bendable Maine; Q & A Responses [PDF]

PDF of Word Cloud: What would your patrons see on the home page that would make them feel like Bendable was for them?

Developmental Evaluation Report of the South Bend Bendable Project by Lumina

Content Phase (Winter and Spring 2022)

Promotion Phase (Spring and Summer 2022)

Launch (late Summer 2022