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Integrating Technology

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     David J. Rosen
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David J. Rosen

Welcome to the LINCS Integrating Technology and Learning Group.

The group is a community of practice for practitioners and others to explore issues related to integrating technology and digital literacy into adult literacy curriculum and instruction; share instructional strategies for teaching digital literacy skills as part of a contextualized curriculum; provide information and resources that can be used to inform practitioners about these issues and improve practice; and improve public policies related to digital literacy and the effective use of technologies for learning.

Topics discussed include:

  • Digital literacy and inclusion
  • Uses of technology in adult literacy teaching and staff development
  • Effective use of technology, services, and delivery systems, including distance education, in a manner sufficient to improve performance
  • Instructional strategies for teaching digital literacy skills as part of a contextualized curriculum
  • Public policies related to digital literacy, distance education, and the effective use of technologies for learning
  • Technology capacity and infrastructure
  • 21st century digital literacy skills
  • Technology tools and how they can be used in our practice

Recent Activity

Here are the 25 most recent posts in this group.

Title Replies Last Post
Discussion : Blockchain Technology Explained -- and (I hope) discussed Jun 16, 2018
Discussion : GED® Completion Rates? 87 Jun 15, 2018
Discussion : HyperDocs Discussion Jun 14, 2018
Discussion : Defining Reading 31 Jun 14, 2018
Event : HyperDocs two-part LINCS webinar, June 21 and 22nd, and follow-up discussion in the LINCS Integrating Technology group the week of June 25th Jun 14, 2018
Discussion : Khan Academy Alignment to the CCRS? 11 Jun 10, 2018
Discussion : Google's Applied Digital Skills Curriculum 10 Jun 9, 2018
Discussion : In five years, could Virtual Reality be as big in the US as Netflix? What are the implications for us? Jun 7, 2018
Discussion : OER, math, and "uncertain future" article 3 Jun 4, 2018
Discussion : Call for Session Proposals: Georgia’s 2018 Adult Education Fall Conference May 30, 2018
Discussion : Post moved to Defining Reading Discussion May 29, 2018
Discussion : Digital Literacy for Citizenship and Integration: Digital Literacy Resources for Adult ESL Learners 1 May 29, 2018
Discussion : Free PD Opportunity in Using Online Financial Literacy Resources as Authentic Reading Materials May 27, 2018
Discussion : Internet and Broadband Use Data as of winter 2018 1 May 23, 2018
Discussion : Free & Open Resources for Academic, Employability, and 21st-Century Skills 4 May 23, 2018
Discussion : Members' Introductions 38 May 22, 2018
Discussion : Reading and Writing in Google's Digital Literacy Curriculum May 21, 2018
Discussion : Digital Tool Belts, Tool Benches and Tool Sheds May 15, 2018
Discussion : Innovation in the Classroom - Does that include SnapChat for STEM? 4 May 15, 2018
Event : WEBINAR: Learn how to use the ESL Pro Study Circles! May 15, 2018
Discussion : Google's Digital Literacy Curriculum for Problem Solving and Job Skills May 11, 2018
Bulletin : Federal funds helps libraries work with Adult Education & Workforce Development 4 May 11, 2018
Discussion : What questions should you and we be asking about the digital technologies we use for teaching and learning? 6 May 9, 2018
Discussion : 2 minute intro to exponents 1 May 6, 2018
Discussion : National Survey on Technology: What Do Principals Believe? May 1, 2018
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