E-Learning on the Goal Paths

E-Learning on the Goal Paths

E-bulletin with information and activities to work on digital skills and build computer self-efficacy.

Our latest e-bulletin focuses on activities that instructors and learners can use to find information about each of the goal paths, and to work on digital skills and building computer self-efficacy.

Did you know?

Did you know?

Mozilla Open Badges are used to recognize achievements and completion of specific tasks.

Open Badges, an online standard launched by Mozilla, is open source, free software, which any organization can use to create, issue and verify digital badges to recognize and verify learning.

Wrapping up the Preparing Digital Educators project

Wrapping up the Preparing Digital Educators project

Thank you all for making this project possible!

Our Preparing Digital Educators project is coming to an end and we want to thank everyone involved for making it a success!

April Tech Tuesdays webinar: Pinterest

April Tech Tuesdays webinar: Pinterest

Our April 22, 2014 webinar will explore what is Pinterest and how it works.

Join us on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at 3 pm ET, to explore Pinterest and how it can be used to teach students to find and manage images while developing their digital skills,

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NEW! E-Learning on the Goal Paths
Our latest e-bulletin, titled E-Learning on the Goal Paths, is focused on activities that instructors and learners can use to find information about each of the goal paths, and to work on digital skills and building computer self-efficacy. We know, that finding resources from which instructors can build digital learning and practice activities in each of the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework (OALCF) goal paths can be very time-consuming. To help you save some time we have used a Live Binder – essentially a “three-ring binder on the web” – that functions as a web-based repository of live links that we have organized by goal path.

Featured technology

Mozilla Open Badges
Open Badges, a new online standard launched in March 2013 by Mozilla, is open source, free software, which any organization can use to create, issue and verify digital badges to recognize and verify learning. Many of us are familiar with and likely earned some kind of physical badge in our lifetime. Who can forget all those colourful badges sewn or pinned on a sleeve, jacket or hat of a Girl Guide or Boy Scout? These badges represent the accomplishment of various achievements and are often proudly displayed by the recipients.  Digital badges, originally introduced in games, are also used to recognize achievements and completion of specific tasks, but they are issued and shared digitally.

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