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Evaluating Digital Learning for Adult Basic Literacy and Numeracy

Colleagues,

I want to call your attention a quasi-experimental design research report released today by SRI Education/SRI Internatiional that was based on a multi year study of five adult basic skills education online or blended learning products for reading or math, and was funded by the Joyce Foundation. Evaluating Digital Learning for Adult Basic Literacy and Numeracy

Digital Learning Day, March 13, 2015

Hi all,

A reminder that Digital Learning Day is March 13, 2015.  What are you planning to do to celebrate?  

IMLS, OCTAE, and Digital Learn

Tech Tips for Teachers, maintained by LINCS Region 1 Professional Development Center, has recently been highlighting resources funded in part by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS).  We have been doing this to support the joint efforts of IMLS and OCTAE to improve digital literacy for adult learners.  

Free Webinar - Three Factors for Success in Using Technology to Support At-Risk Students

See the announcement below for information about an upcoming webinar, Three Factors for Success in Using Technology to Support At-Risk Students, to be held on September 10 from 2:30 to 3:30 pm, Eastern time.

Please join the Alliance for Excellent Education for a webinar that will explore three important variables for success in using digital learning strategies to better support at-risk students: interactive learning, use of technology to explore and create, and the right blend of teachers and technology.

Learning Revolution Conference

Good afternoon,

See the announcement below about a free online learning conference which begins on Monday, April 21.  This year's conference theme is "What are we learning about learning?"  The announcement contains links for accessing the conference.

Gail Cope, SME, LINCS Program Management Group

 

Digital Learning Day

Hi group users.

The following message is from Dr. Debra Hargrove:

Today is Digital Learning Day, a nationwide effort to show how technology can make a positive difference in the classroom.  Many of the activities and lesson plans in the website below can be adapted for adult education.  Click on the link below for more information.

Free MOOC on PD and Digital Learning

Original post by Dahlia

 

I'm sharing a link to a MOOC (massive open online course) for educators that is available for free here:https://courses.mooc-ed.org/dlt2/preview.  And here is text from the home page:     Digital Learning Transition

Thank you for your interest in the Planning for the Digital Learning Transition in K-12 Schools massive online open course for educators (DLT MOOC-Ed). This course will help you:

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