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Need Help Implementing Digital Literacy? Explore the DLF Instructor Implementation Guide

Updated: Oct 27, 2020

Increased digital literacy, a necessary component of adult education, provides adult learners with skills applicable for life, academia, and employment. The Digital Literacy Framework for Adult Learners (DLF), launched in 2019, highlights elements of digital literacy to provide guidance to administrators, instructors, and students. This presentation launches the DLF Implementation Guide, a curation of resources to support instructors in the classroom. Participants of this presentation will have an opportunity to explore the DLF Implementation Guide.

Presented by: Jamie Harris & Bayo Adetunji from Maryland Department of Labor

This presentation is a part of the second Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.

PowerPoint Digital Literacy Framework Instructor Implementation Guide

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