Integrating Technology into Canadian Adult Literacy Programs: Curriculum Evaluation Considerations (2000)

The integration of technology, especially computers, into adult literacy teaching is generally considered a good idea, although there are definite concerns. Three such concerns include:
1) philosophical (i.e., the place of technology within literacy teaching and learning);
2) the practical (i.e., the use of very scarce resources--money, time and personnel--to support technology); and,
3) the educational (i.e., the effectiveness of technology with regard to literacy teaching and learning).

This paper explores the concept of curriculum evaluation and the changes that result from the integration of technology into adult literacy programs.

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L. Herod. Integrating Technology into Canadian Adult Literacy Programs: Curriculum Evaluation Considerations 2000. Web. 5 Dec. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/herod/april/april.pdf>
L. Herod (2000). Integrating Technology into Canadian Adult Literacy Programs: Curriculum Evaluation Considerations. Retrieved December 5, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/herod/april/april.pdf
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