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Strategies for Digital Inclusion

In the Emergency Remote Teaching response, we've all scrambled to find ways to be digitally inclusive. In this session, we'll talk about instructional strategies for digital inclusion that teachers can implement as well as program-wide solutions to meet the needs of learners who lack access, devices, and/or the necessary digital skills. Please come prepared to share your own ideas!


This session was a part of the fourth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by:

Rachel Riggs - Frederick Community College


To access a copy of all presentation materials, please click the following link.





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