Federal Digital Literacy Initiatives
The U. S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), Division of Adult Education and Literacy (DAEL) funds digital literacy initiatives to enable adult learners to succeed in a range of academic activities, including STEM and college and career readiness. These initiatives enhance the integration of technology into instruction, increase student access to technology and leverage learning outside the classroom.
Tech Tips Blog - EdTech Center @ World Education
This blog covers topics related to technology use in adult education in the United States. Posts include simple lesson ideas that teachers can use to integrate technology into instruction, updates on what’s happening in the field, new opportunities and resources, and news from our EdTech Center projects.
Digital Navigator Playbook - DigitalUS
This toolkit serves as a high-level guide and offers a starting point for partners currently planning to pilot digital navigator services across the country.
This site offers step by step tutorials on how to use Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access.
This site offers users information about software products. Utilizing reviews, comparisons and case studies, Idealware helps nonprofits make the right decisions when purchasing software.
Technology in Today's ABE Classroom
This report is the summary of results from a survey performed by World Education of the northeastern United States. The purpose was to find out how technology was being used in ABE programs and use those results to provide needed services.
The Good, Bad and the Ugly
This site offers guidance to educators on choosing web resources for use in the classroom.