Hello Integrating Technology Colleagues,
Below are some fairly recent Integrating Technology resources in the LINCS Collection of reviewed resources for adult educators. Take a look and share what you think. Have you read any of these? Have you used them in your adult basic skills work as a teacher, tutor, program administrator, technology Coordinator or in another role? Are there other resources you would like to suggest for review for the LINCS Resources Collection?
David J. Rosen, Moderator
LINCS CoP Integrating Technology group
This report explores how improving the process by which edtech is developed and deployed in the marketplace can result in greater classroom impact for adult educators and learners.
This podcast explores digital equity and why it is considered by many to be the civil right for our time.
This toolkit contains tutorials, templates and sample lessons that help adult educators create documents that use hypertext to help students learn key concepts independently.
This handbook is a practical guide that supports the delivery of quality distance education programming.
This open-access version of the Northstar Digital Literacy Project assessments can be used for assessing digital literacy skills to inform instruction.
This webinar is an introduction to blended learning—a teaching and learning model that combines face-to-face instruction with online learning.
This study investigated whether five web-based instructional programs increased the capacity of adult basic education (ABE) programs to provide efficient and effective leaning opportunities to adult...
This webinar, published by the Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) reviews a variety of free technology resources that can be integrated into the adult education classroom.