Are you looking for ways to help all adult learners develop the digital skills needed to achieve their personal, civic, educational, and career goals? Do you wonder how to differentiate digital skills instruction according to student needs and goals? Do you need more resources that support your efforts to teach digital skills? In this webinar, we will explore three approaches to teaching digital literacy, as well as robust tools and resources that support those approaches. 

Come ready to share, collaborate, and experiment.

This workshop is being offered through our partnership with the EdTech Center @ World Education to provide you with the opportunity to learn about the Digital Skills Library, an open repository of free learning resources designed to support your students’ digital literacy skills development.

Questions? Contact Diana Satin: dianarsatin@gmail.com


    This professional development activity/course is designed for:

  • Teachers, computer instructors, advisors, and others who are new to incorporating digital literacy skills support and instruction
  • Experienced teachers, computer instructors, advisors, and others who would like to learn how to use the free resources of the Digital Skills Library to support their efforts

Part 1: Workshop

During the synchronous webinar, you will spend time exploring various digital literacy tools and resources in the Digital Skills Library and seeing how they can be applied to any context. Working with the other participants, you will have time during the session to explore the resources and to begin to develop a plan for your next steps. 

Part 2: Applying Your Learning

After the workshop, you will finish your draft plan with the support of your colleagues and the facilitator who will be available to work directly with you and/or your program colleagues.

About This PD

After you register, our project coordinator will send you a confirmation email with information on how to join this online session.

This two-hour online webinar is followed by a half-hour planning project to develop a draft plan that will address a need at your program. The facilitator will provide you with feedback and support.

    Learning Objectives

    Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to:

  • Evaluate approaches and tools for effective digital literacy support
Presenter(s) / Facilitator(s)
03/10/2023 - 10:00 am to 03/10/2023 - 12:00 pm

United States

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