Welcome to the Education and
Workforce Development Cabinet
Commissioner Kuhn addresses OFB staff
commissioner of the Department of Workforce
talks to Office for the Blind
employees at the 2014 staff training and awards
event in Louisville.
Technology driving public library usage in Ky
Public libraries across Kentucky are reporting
unprecedented usage as technology continues to change
the way Kentuckians use their libraries.
Statistics compiled from Kentucky’s 119 public libraries
show that Kentuckians checked out 30,664,564 items
during the 2013-2014 fiscal year, setting a record which
was an increase of 2 percent over the previous year. The
driving factor in this increase was the circulation of
more than two million e-books.
Kentucky Center for School Safety Internet safety tips for
State Government Resources
Works for You
The Kentucky Department
for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) offers a number of resources and services
to state government employees — access to books, audiobooks, and DVDs; free
reference assistance, free information training; information on state and
federal publications; and assistance with government records management. For
more details, visit Just for State Government Employees at
KEAP offers free classes
The Kentucky Employee Assistance Program (KEAP) will begin conducting
free workshops on topics such as managing stress, anxiety and money, and facing
the challenges of eldercare at KSU using the Office for Employee & Organizational Development's (formerly GSC) facilities.
The information is available at KEAP
classes. Employees may register through their OEOD liaison.
A list of OEOD liaisons is at http://personnel.ky.gov/gsc/empdev/register/liaisons.htm.
If you have any questions, please contact Priscilla McCowan at (502) 564-3548.
Assistance Program (KEAP) Resource Guide