Digital Literacy

Building a Digitally Resilient Workforce: Creating On-Ramps to Opportunity

2020

This report from the Digital US coalition is the result of a six-month landscape analysis and strategic planning period, laying the groundwork for a new collective impact approach to support both on-ramps to digital skills as well as pathways to new opportunities.

Administrators
Business Partners
Policymakers and Implementers

Issue Brief: Digital Literacy

2020

This brief explains what digital literacy skills are and why they are important.

Administrators
Family and Community Supporters
Instructional Staff
Policymakers and Implementers
Researchers and Developers
Student Support Staff
Teacher Trainers

From Digital Literacies to Digital Problem Solving: Expanding Technology-rich Learning Opportunities for Adults

2017

This review discusses four online articles that provide essential background and useful instructional approaches for teaching digital literacy and digital problem solving in adult basic education classrooms and beyond.

Administrators
Instructional Staff

BC Reads: Adult Literacy Fundamental English – Course Pack 6

2015

This course pack embeds fundamental English and computer literacy learning in a project-based curriculum that is designed to meet adult education learning outcomes that are roughly equivalent to grades 7.5 to 9 in the K-12 system.

Adult Learners
Instructional Staff

Corrections and Reentry: Digital Literacy Acquisition Case Study

2015

Examination of digital literacy acquisition learning experiences designed to prepare prisoners for re-entry (a case study)

 

Administrators
Teacher Trainers
Policymakers and Implementers
Instructional Staff
Student Support Staff

Reentry Mythbuster: On Education Technology in Juvenile Facilities

2014

Juvenile correctional facilities have successfully used technology to broaden the scope of education programming.

Teacher Trainers
Policymakers and Implementers
Instructional Staff

Reentry Mythbuster: On Information Technology Access

2014

Incarcerated persons may be able to use Web-enabled resources to assist them in preparing for post-release success.

Teacher Trainers
Policymakers and Implementers
Instructional Staff