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A Journey Through the Digital World: Fostering Digital Problem Solving Among Adult Learners 
Posted by Laura McLoughlin on November 09, 2022 in categoryFacts & Research

In the final Report from the Field featured in the current issue of the Adult Literacy Education research journal, author Tyler H.J. Frank of Clark College reflects on how in 


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Finally, Some Guidance! Using the Triple E Framework to Shape Technology Integration

When the pandemic shifted adult education classrooms to remote learning, educators and professional developers in California adapted the Triple E Framework to help integrate technology into their adult classrooms in a meaningful way. 

 


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A Guide to Help Low-Level Readers Get Out and Vote
Posted by Laura McLoughlin on October 27, 2022 in categoryNew Readers PresscategoryNews

Every American adult has the right to vote, and Election Day is approaching on Tuesday, November 8. But understanding the U.S. elections system can be difficult, and voting can be intimidating—especially for adults with low literacy.  


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Learning from Each Other: A Partnership Between an Affordable Housing Organization and a Digital Literacy Research Organization 
Posted by Laura McLoughlin on October 26, 2022 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryStories from the Field

In the current issue of the Adult Literacy Education research journal, a Report from the Field describes a digital literacy (DL) program that was built through a partnership between an affordable housing community and the Literacy, Language, and Technology Research (LLTR) group. 


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The Personal Reason one Tutor Got Involved with Citizenship Program 

The process of becoming a U.S. citizen is not easy. For the thousands that do it every year, naturalization is proof of their determination and dedication. It often takes months of learning the history and laws of the U.S., practicing oral interview questions, and waiting for notification to take the exam. Once they receive notification, applicants often have to drive hours to their state’s field office to take the exam.  


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