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Adult Learners

Distance Learning

Distance learning can include courses delivered online, on TV, through the mail or off-campus. Online resources available in Kentucky include:

  • Kentucky Virtual Campus (www.kyvc.org), the state’s official online program and class provider.
  • Kentucky Virtual Library (www.kyvl.org), a 24/7 provider of access to interlibrary loans, full-text articles from more than 5,000 journals and magazines, and more.
  • Kentucky Skills U (kyskillsu.ky.gov), for adult education students and instructors. It provides GED preparation, workplace education, English as a second language instruction and more.
  • Kentucky Educational Television (www.ket.org/education), which offers classes in high school subjects and adult education.

You can also visit colleges’ websites to see what distance learning courses they provide.