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What does Harnessing Technology look like?

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Harnessing Technology Webpage front page
Harnessing Technology webpage table of contents
Mouse practice problem and solution

Technology and Learning Colleagues,

Someone asked what Harnessing Technology to Serve Adult Literacy looks like, so below I have included screen shots of the front page and one of a very basic digital literacy page problem, Mouse Skills, with two of the several technology solutions offered.

Please consider contributing a problem and at least one technology solution here, or email it to me, with:

  • The name of the product, tool, hardware, software, etc.
  • A web address or other way to learn more about and access it
  • A brief description, for example of how you have used it, or how it could be used to solve the problem you have described.
  • Your name, role, organization, city/town, state or province, if not in the U.S. -- country, and email address.

If I get your problem and solution(s) in the next two weeks, I will send you the web address for the recently updated Harnessing Technology to Serve Adult Literacy web pages, and I will consider adding your problem and solution there. If I do add it, of course I will credit you.

Thanks.

David J. Rosen

Djrosen123@gmail.com

Harnessing Technology Webpage front page

 

 

Harnessing Technology webpage table of contents

 

 

 

Mouse practice problem and solution

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David J. Rosen's picture

Technology and Learning colleagues,

I am beginning to get some interesting problems and solutions, and have begun updating the Harnessing Technology to Serve Adult Literacy webpages. Post here or email me your problem(s) and solutions, and I'll consider adding them, and will credit you. I'll also then send you a link to the Harnessing Technology webpages.

If you reply with a problem (or problems) and at least one technology solution here, or if you email it to me, be sure to include:

  • The name of the product, tool, hardware, software, etc.
  • A web address or other way to learn more about and access it
  • A brief description, for example of how you have used it, or how it could be used to solve the problem you have described.
  • Your name, role, organization, city/town, state or province, if not in the U.S. -- country, and email address.

David J. Rosen

djrosen123@gmail.com

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