Connecting adult immigrants to learning in the libraries

Our Partner Libraries

  • Providence Public Library
  • Providence Community Library
  • East Providence Library
  • Pawtucket Public Library
  • Cranston Public Library

In the Spotlight

Technology “Meetups” for Adult Education Teachers

RIFLI Digital Literacy Specialist and Teacher, Sherry Lehane, will be leading a series of statewide technology “meetup” opportunities for Adult Education teachers.  The meetups will focus on the use of technology to support teaching and learning in adult education.  Find out more here and sign up here.  The next meet up is December 16th.

RIFLI Provides Services at Providence NetworkRI

RIFLI is proud to offer learning support for all adults at the Providence One Stop/NetWORKri located at One Reservoir Avenue, Providence.  RIFLI staff is available to help adults with their academic and technology skills on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 1 to 3pm.  No registration required and it is free!

2014-15 RIFLI Classes Underway!

Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced ESL, Citizenship, Computer, Math, and Transitions classes in Cranston, East Providence, Pawtucket and Providence are now underway for the 2014-5 year.  Click here for the RIFLI Schedule.  Call Nancy to register at 401-455-8041 or email to nfritz@provlib.org.

Introducing RI Resource Hub

Introducing RI Resource Hub

RIFLI is thrilled to present RI Resource Hub, an online tool to provide valuable state and web resources to help Rhode Islanders achieve their goals.  Take RI Resource Hub for a spin!

RIFLI Offers US Passport Service

RIFLI Offers US Passport Service

Pawtucket Public Library’s US Passport Service is Open from 4-9, Monday-Thursday. Proceeds benefit RIFLI. We can also go on-site to your business or organization. For more information, visit: http://www.pawtucketlibrary.org/passport-acceptance-office.htm

ALLACCESS in the Libraries!

ALLACCESS in the Libraries!

RIFLI is excited to be working with two of our library partners on ALLACCESS in the Libraries, an IMLS-funded program to leverage libraries to offer innovative adult education and workforce services. Learn more at http://allaccessri.org.

Donate Used Books To Benefit RIFLI

RIFLI is partnering with Better World Books to collect gently used books. Click here to see what is and is not accepted. We can pick up books or make arrangements to get them to the RIFLI office (150 Empire Street, Providence).