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From: Maralit, Mary Jo (MMaralit@nifl.gov)
Date: Mon May 23 2005 - 15:33:02 EDT


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Subject: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:1085] RE: Integrating Technology Online Course is Offered 
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Announcement: Adult Education Professional Development Online Course

AEPro, the Online Professional Development project of the Ohio Literacy 
Resource Center, the Center for Literacy Studies in Tennessee, and national 
LINCS, is pleased to offer to individual practitioners an online 
professional development course, "Integrating Technology into the Classroom 
Using the Internet."

The course will be offered two times: June 13-July 18 and July 5-August 
8.  The course requires approximately 2 hours of time per week.

To register for the course, go to http://midwestlincs.org/aepro/ and use 
the Register button on the left panel. Cost is $99 per person and a 
discount of 10% is available for 5 or more registrations paid from one
source. 

The course helps adult education practitioners learn how to successfully 
integrate computer technology into the classroom.  This six weeks course 
provides quick access to educational resources, lesson plans, activities, 
tools for evaluating educational software, information about purchasing 
education software, and knowledge on using a variety of software in the 
classroom.  The course will be facilitated by Linda Eckert.  Questions 
about the content of the course should be addressed to her at 
leckert@urhere.net.

Jean J. Stephens, Director
Center for Literacy Studies
600 Henley St., Suite 312
Knoxville, TN 37996-4135
865-974-6610
865-974-3857 Fax
jjstephe@utk.edu



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