Building Skills and Literacy for Equitable Advancement
Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW) is a new initiative from JFF and World Education, with support from The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), to better prepare adult education practitioners who support learners that struggle to fully engage in tasks that demand use of digital technologies. DRAW will provide the field with flexible, evidence-based and piloted strategies, and materials that help adult education practitioners build the digital literacy skills and digital resilience of adult learners. These efforts will help to ensure adult learners can obtain the digital knowledge and skills necessary for postsecondary education and training, employment, civic engagement, and economic self-sufficiency.
We invite you to participate in this project by sharing your insights and knowledge about digital skills/literacy resources in this questionnaire.
The DRAW Project also has a page that provides an overview, timeline, and opportunities for participation (including a listserv you can join): https://edtech.worlded.org/our-work/draw/
Questionnaire responses will be collected until the end of October.