Digital Access Learning
Reduce costs, extend your reach, and improve the consistency of your training and education programs by using digital video technology. This service is available through our partnership with the University School of Buffalo School of Management and the University at Buffalo's Distance Education and Video Conference Operations (DEVO).
To read how nonprofits are using Digital Access successfully, click here.
To hear a 10 minute WBFO public radio story about how Digital Access evolved from UB Course Casting, click here.
This service has received national attention in the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
For a case study on how the Child Care Resource Network uses Digital Access, read this story from Buffalo Business First.
Through the generosity of the UB School of Management and DEVO, we can make Digital Access Learning available to nonprofits, as capacity is available. Digital Access Learning offers these benefits for your training programs for service recipients, staff and volunteers:
- 24-hour, 7-day access to training, by internet, CD or DVD.
- Better comprehension, because the learner can slow down or repeat parts of the presentation
- On-line "hand-outs" that the learner can print out
- Training that is more consistent class to class
- A reduction in hours spent by trainers.
We make it easy for you, including coaching and presentation tips.
To learn more, you can view a 20-minute demonstration by Professor Natalie Simpson. First, click to view and print out the "hand-outs." Then, turn on your speakers and click to view the on-line demonstration. (You must have high-speed internet.)
After you watch the demonstration, if you would like to talk about using Digital Access Learning at your agency, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 887-2757.