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Organized by Laubach Literacy Ontario (LLO) and the Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC) in London. Monika Jankowska-Pacyna and Matthias Sturm will present the workshops “Using Facebook and social media” and “Lessons learned: Google Apps and Chromebooks.” A Step in the Right Direction conferenceFind out more »
This entertaining and informative webinar will explore strategies, tips and tricks to:
- Build Internet search skills.
- Effectively evaluate the information online.
- Share these skills and tools with your learners/students.
We will look at practical information, activities and exercises to share with students in your program.Find out more »
Our guest presenter - Charlotte Parliament, Literacy and Essential Skills Program Coordinator at Simcoe County District School Board - will share how she is using Google Apps, such as Google Sites, Forms, Sheets and Docs, to set up and manage intake, as well as computer and learning styles assessments online. Links, samples of the forms, instructor and learner feedback and specific tips on creating the assessments will be shared.Find out more »
...a few takeaways for program development from a recently completed AlphaPlus project Wondering what the research says about equitable digital access and learning opportunities for the adults we work with? AlphaPlus recently completed a comprehensive report focused on equitable access to technology for all Ontarians. During the webinar, Christine Pinsent-Johnson, one of the authors of the report, will share some highlights and a few takeaways that programs may find useful as they develop their own digital literacy workshops, courses and…Find out more »
Together we will explore how Google Forms can be used to setup and manage satisfaction surveys and intake, computer and learning styles assessments online. Monika Jankowska-Pacyna will share links, samples, and specific tips on building effective forms. This free webinar will be delivered in partnership with the Deaf Literacy Initiative. We will be using Adobe Connect platform with the support of an interpreter. This event was originally scheduled for Oct 24th but was moved to November due to unforeseen circumstances.Find out more »
For this last webinar of 2017, our team has come together to highlight their favourite easy-to-use tools. You will hear the reasons why they like them and how they make use of them. Come and learn about tools such as Padlet, Facebook Messenger, Prioritab, Google Keep and Protopage, and find out how you could use these tools in your program.Find out more »
Discover the amazing accessibility features on the iPad, including Zoom, Speech to Text, Speak Selection, customized display settings, Type to Siri and much, much more. We will discuss how to use these features for teaching and learning, and explore the basic accessibility features built into the iPad as well as how these can be used to support users with vision, hearing or sensory issues. We’ll also take a look at some literacy-friendly features and have a chat with Siri.Find out more »
Together we will explore how Google Sites can be used to set up and manage websites. We will take a closer look at embedding videos, documents, and forms as well. Monika Jankowska-Pacyna will share links, samples of websites, and specific tips on building effective sites. This free webinar will be delivered in partnership with the Deaf Literacy Initiative. We will be using Adobe Connect platform with the support of an interpreter.Find out more »
People with number sense can use numbers flexibly. When we want to multiply seven by eight, we may have memorized our times tables and know that it is 56. But what if we forget? Someone with number sense would also be able to work out that seven times seven is 49 and then add seven to make 56, or they may work out 10 sevens and subtract two sevens (70 – 14 = 56). In this webinar, we will look…Find out more »
AlphaPlus staff have been working with Audrey Gardner on a paper that describes blended learning in literacy and basic skills. We have been looking at the research, what academics say, what other educators are doing, what literacy practitioners in other jurisdictions are doing and what we are doing here in Ontario. In this webinar, we will share what we have learned and ask you about your own experiences with blended learning.Find out more »