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A blog for adult literacy practitioners using technology to enhance, deliver, and support instruction.
If you currently use the FDIC Money Smart courses with your students, don't forget about the looming deadline.
While the Adult Basic Education field continues to build our library of materials found at Open Educational Resources for Adult Education, three Minnesota community colleges have joined 35 others in the "Achieving the Dream" group to use openly licensed materials in an effort to cut
If the sun is shining and the birds are chirping but what you really want to do is engage and learn something a little more technical, there are options.
First, ABE Summer Institute will soon be on us, don't forget to register and book your hotel room.
Among the amazing break-out sessions at Summer Institute this year:
Discussion topics include:
• Updates and Q & A regarding the annual ABE consortium application and ABE narrative. Please bring your questions!
Event Title: Research on Using Technology in Adult Basic Skills LearningEvent Type: LINCS Community DiscussionDate(s): May 9 - 13, 2016
Dear LINCS Community,
LINCS is excited to announce its next discussion: "Research on Using Technology in Adult Basic Skills Learning."
Today is World Backup Day ! No green hats or colored eggs but a happy reminder to do a backup of your data so you wont have a sad day at some other time.
For the official website and pledge to do more to protect your vital information visit http://www.worldbackupday.com/en/
Hashtags for the day include:
I have been following a recent discussion on MAP's Non-profit tech talk email group and thought it would share with you whats been going on.
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