Technology

Literacy On-Line (1999)

The purpose of this paper is to discuss major innovations in the availability of adult literacy learning resources on the Internet. Given the increasing demand placed on limited instructors and relevant learning materials, the Internet proposes an exciting alternative or supplement to ordinary classroom activities.

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2000-05-18

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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1999-02-26

Support Materials and Exercises for Basic Computer Literacy (1999)

This document has been created by Joan Perry, an adult literacy facilitator from New Brunswick. She has used this material successfully with adult learners and would like to share it with other literacy practitioners.

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1999-01-01

Tips and Tools for Developing and Delivering an Online Workshop (1999)

Report on the Online Workshop on Board – Staff Relations

The online workshop was made possible through the strong partnership of Community Literacy of Ontario (CLO) and the The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. CLO found that many community literacy agencies had been expressing the need for more training in volunteer management. However, time, cost, and the availability of local training opportunities were major barriers to their accessing such training.

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1999-01-01

Computers and Adult Literacy: Voices of Literacy Students in Ontario (1999)

This report compiles the responses of over 1,100 adult literacy students in Ontario to the following four questions: Do you have access to computers and the Internet? How do you use computers and the Internet? What do you like about using computers and the Internet? What don't you like about using computers and the Internet?

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1999-01-01

Electronic Communications Basics (1998)

Electronic Communications Basics is a step by step instruction guide for relatively new users of the Internet. This guide explains how to use Netscape Communicator 4 and it`s many features such as Netscape Navigator and Messenger for E-mail plus much more!
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1998-03-03

Community Computer Literacy: Lunchroom Learning, The Link at the Library and Computer Camps (1998)

Three Different Approaches to Increasing Computer Literacy in the Community

This report describes a project that was designed to assist the people of Houston, BC with technological literacy. The project's organizers decided that the most effective way for individuals to increase their skill and comfort level was to have fun with computers, so they provided computers for open-ended learning and play, with back-up support and instruction. Instruction was low-key and relaxed. All instruction was free.

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1998-01-01

Community Computer Literacy - Lunchroom Learning, the Link at the Library and Computer Camps (1998)

A detailed report on three successful projects developed by Houston Link to Learning (British Columbia) to increase computer literacy in the community.

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1998-01-01

Using Software in the Adult ESL Classroom (1998)

Increasingly, adult learners of English as a Second Language (ESL) have access to computers, whether it is in a language lab once or twice a week or in the classroom. For teachers of those learners the question is not whether to use computers and software but how. This article answers some common questions about types of ESL software with guidelines for the appropriate use of software in the adult ESL classroom.

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1998-01-01

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