KYIV — — The Kentucky University System announced today that it has secured $30 million in new funding to launch a new digital learning initiative.
The University of Kentucky is working with digital platform company Learndigital to launch the University of Louisville Digital Learning Center, which will launch later this year.
The center will be funded with $15 million in federal, state and local funding to expand and expand the program and to create a new educational ecosystem that will serve students across Kentucky, including students at the University at Buffalo.
Learndigital, the leading provider of educational services to the world’s most dynamic learners, will be the foundation of the digital learning center.
LearnDigital CEO and CEO Chris Smith said, “We are proud to be part of a university system that is investing in its students’ future.
The digital learning community is thriving and we are thrilled to see the benefits of that growth.”
“The university has become a leading provider and marketplace of digital learning, and this is the beginning of a long-term investment in its future,” said University at Chicago President and CEO Dr. Susanne Hockenberry.
“It’s exciting to see that our university and the world are recognizing the value of our digital learners and helping to grow their skills and knowledge.
The new digital program will be one of the largest and most ambitious in the university’s history, and will help students and our community reach a new level of learning and engagement.”
Learndigital was founded by University of Chicago students to provide online learning for over 100,000 students across the world.
It has more than 100,00 learners on Learndigital platforms and more than 15,000 courses available to all Learndigital learners.
Learn digital offers a range of educational programs to students at more than 40 colleges, universities, and other institutions worldwide, and its platform includes more than 2,000,000 lessons and more in over 40 languages.
Learn online will provide a global network of more than 6,500,000 learning resources and platforms for learners across the globe.
Learn, the company that is partnering with the University, said it is excited to expand its educational mission.
“As a leader in online learning, we are committed to continuing to build the most powerful learning ecosystem possible, including a center for learning, digital learning and community engagement,” said Learndigital CEO and COO Scott Miller.
“The University at Louisville Digital Library and the Center for Learning will enable us to extend the reach of the library’s existing library and library-related services and expand them across the entire campus.
Learning on our platforms will be made easier and more accessible to students, faculty and staff and help us build a digital future for the University.”
Learn, which has been in business since 2007, is headquartered in New York City and is headquartered on the campus of the University’s Medical School.
Learn was founded as a digital education company by University at Albany, University of California Berkeley, University at New York and the University College London, and has offices in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Learn is also the largest provider of digital training to the U.S. government and other government organizations.
Learn offers a digital platform that includes more of the U of L’s library services and more digital learning materials.
Learn has more more than 25,000 learners across more than 30,000 libraries in more than 120 countries.
Learn created a library in China, where more than 1 million students can access the digital library in Chinese and more Chinese learners than ever before.
Learn also has a digital library service that enables more than 200,000 teachers in 20 countries to access more than 50,000 digital books and learning materials from around the world, including more than a million English-language learners in the U-K.
Learn plans to launch two more centers in the next three years, with the center at the Kentucky Center for Teaching and Learning and the Kentucky Digital Learning Campus.
Learn launched its first digital library at the New York Public Library in 2015.
Learn currently has more then 2.6 million learners in more more 100 countries.
The university will provide $25 million in additional funding for the digital center.
The $15-million-per-year center will provide more than 18,000 online courses across more 15,500 learning resources to learners across Kentucky.
The library also will have a digital learning hub, which is a collection of learning resources, videos, and courses, that will enable students to access and learn more online.
The campus also will provide new and enhanced digital tools, including new video tutorials, a new website and mobile apps, and a new curriculum, all aimed at students in the KU community.
Learn announced the first of its three centers this spring.
The Center for Education is designed to serve a growing student population that is seeking more in-depth, hands-on learning, said Kevin Kagan, the Kagan Family Chair of the Kagin School of Management.
“Learning has always been central to our mission, but now it is being