Computers

The ESL Computer Book - Corel Word Perfect 8 (2001)

One of a series of workbooks put out by the Halifax Immigrant Learning Centre, especially for “English as a Second Language (ESL)” students.

This workbook is a basic introduction to Corel Word Perfect 8 and was developed for ESL students both in a classroom setting with an instructor and as a self-teaching guide.

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2001-08-01

Computer Basics 2000 (2000)

This easy-to-read, basic computer guide is a project from Literacy Nanaimo, written by Brian O`Rooney. Parts of a Computer and What they Do, Starting Up, Using the Mouse, Shutting Down, Working in Windows, Word Processing, Managing Files & Folders, Internet and Email are all covered here.

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The ESL Computer Book - Microsoft Word ‘97 (2001)

One of a series of workbooks put out by the Halifax Immigrant Learning Centre, especially for “English as a Second Language (ESL)” students.

This workbook is a basic introduction to Microsoft Word ‘97 and was developed for ESL students both in a classroom setting with an instructor and as a self-teaching guide.

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2001-01-01

The ESL Computer Book - Microsoft Word 2000 (2001)

One of a series of workbooks put out by the Halifax Immigrant Learning Centre, especially for “English as a Second Language (ESL)” students.

This workbook is a basic introduction to Microsoft Word 2000 and was developed for ESL students both in a classroom setting with an instructor and as a self-teaching guide.

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2001-01-01

Literacy and Technology Website Review (2000)

Frontier College presents Literacy and Technology Website Reviews of sites within these 6 categories: Children, Youth, English as a Second Language, Adult Literacy Activities, Resources and Mathematics.

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2000-09-21

On the Margins (1998)

Creating Opportunities for Learning with Computer Technology for Homeless People

Beat the Street is a program of Frontier College offering basic literacy instruction and upgrading to street youth and homeless adults. A computer lab with Internet access was donated to Beat the Street in 1996. This report is about Beat the Street's study of computer technology and how it can be used effectively.

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2000-08-22

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,

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2000-05-21

Catalogue of Recommended Resources for Teachers of Adult Numeracy (2000)

This document catalogues resources that can be used to teach adult numeracy. It includes books and binders; sources of manipulables (places to buy or borrow materials and aides), computer software, web sites, resource centres, videos, and reading for professional development. Each listing provides publication details, as well as information about the resource's form, best use, purpose, strengths and weaknesses, and more.

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2000-01-01

Computer Labs for Literacy Groups, A Practical Guide (1998)

The P4 Literacy Project

This handbook was produced under cost-shared funding from the National Literacy Secretariat and the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology. Literacy practitioners will find this a useful guide when planning a computer lab for their literacy group. Topics discussed are :

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1999-02-26

Computer Labs for Literacy Groups, A Practical Guide (1998)

The P4 Literacy Project

This handbook was produced under cost-shared funding from the National Literacy Secretariat and the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology. Literacy practitioners will find this a useful guide when planning a computer lab for their literacy group. Topics discussed are :

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