This reader from British Columbia contains nine original stories written specifically for adults reading at the 3 to 4.5 grade level equivalent (GLE).
Written specifically for adults, this beginning-level reader contains eight chapters about Langston Hughes' family history and personal life.
The LINCS Quick Reference Guides highlights applicable LINCS components and resources for five LINCS audiences.
This reader from British Columbia contains nine original stories written specifically for adults at the beginner to grade 1.5 reading level.
A collection of forty theme-based readers, along with an instructors guide, that support ESL literacy instructors in creating comprehensive, theme-based lessons for adult ESL literacy learners.
This open-access version of the Northstar Digital Literacy Project assessments can be used for assessing digital literacy skills to inform instruction.
Although developed for immigrant populations living in New York City, We Speak NYC videos can be adapted to serve all ELLs, as they help English language learners improve their language skills, learn about their rights, and access city services.
CashCourse is an interactive website devoted to helping students build money management skills, survive in a touch economy, and prepare for success.
A targeted resource for adult learners interested in exploring the wide range of entry-level career opportunities in health care.
Money Smart for Older Adults is an instructor-led training developed to teach older adults and caregivers of older adults about elder financial exploitation and why they may be at risk.