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Everyone On

Internet access at school and library not enough

Dear Colleagues:

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What is Everyone On -- and why should you care about it?

Curious: What is Everyone On -- and why should I care about it?

David: So far, in our Everyone On poll here, no one who has responded knows an adult learner who has benefited from Everyone On.

Curious: So, why should I care about that?

David: I think for the first time, adult learners -- and adult basic education teachers -- are eligible for inexpensive ways to get broadband access to the web from a classroom, and/or from home. (Does anyone know if tutors are also eligible?)

New Poll: Have you or your students taken advantage of Everyone On?

Have your students taken advantage of the everyoneon program that provides inexpensive computers and broadband Internet access to low-income families and to any adult learner or teacher?  http://everyoneon.org/adulted

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Do you know adult learners who have obtained a computer or low-cost Internet access through Everyoneon.org?

Have your students taken advantage of the everyoneon program that provides inexpensive computers and broadband Internet access to low-income families and to adult learners and teachers?  http://everyoneon.org/adulted

Here's a one-question, multiple choice poll for adult basic skills teachers or tutors to see if this is a program that they know about and that they and/or their adult learners have used.

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Register now for webinar: Reboot Your Digital Strategy 12/18 1 - 2:30 p.m. (ET)

The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) at the U.S. Department of Education are working together to encourage effective collaborations between libraries and adult education programs. The goal of this joint effort is to enhance the skills, employability, and quality of life of youth and adults with low skills.

IMLS & OCTAE encourage collaboration to complement & extend adult education

Hi all,

A Dear Colleague letter came out June 23, 2014 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and OCTAE describing their work to increase "encourage effective collaborations between libraries and federally funded adult education programs" with the goal "to enhance the skills, employability, and quality of life of youths and adults with low skills." 

Everyone on?

Hi all,

I posted about Everyone On after the COABE Conference, but World Ed just sent out a reminder about it so I wanted pass that a long.  

Pew Research Internet Project: Older Adults and Technology

Hi all,

Pew Research Internet Project has put out a study on how older adults use technology. You can see the full report at this link http://bit.ly/1ma9pP9.

The report starts off

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