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Virtual and Remote Learning and Service Resources
Recent events have spurred need for rapid transitions to virtual and remote service delivery. This is a shared need across training providers, job developers, employers, and job seekers.While educators, businesses, students, ...
Disability and Employment eLearning Modules
eLearning is one innovative way to stay connected. The Disability and Employment eLearning Task Force in collaboration with the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) releasedthree eLearning Training Modules to help ...
Ready, Set, Go: Steps to Rapidly Start Distance Instruction
Setting up distance education takes planning and some pilot testing with selected students. You might be in a situation right now that makes that impossible, but you absolutely need to support learners during the COVID-19 ...
Teaching Online: Communicating and Tracking Learner Progress
Distance Education allows for a continuum of instructional support; however, the amount of instructor involvement positively impacts the quality of the student experience, and increased involvement means increased student ...
The What, Why, Who and How of Blended Learning for Adult Basic Skills Learners
Blended learning combines in-person and online instruction in order to extend learning outside of face-to-face classes or tutorials, differentiate instruction, or offer alternatives to reach unserved learners. This guide ...
Making Online Learning Active
We are often so fixated on online learnings shortcomings that we slight its unique advantages. Students can have anytime, anywhere access to class materials. We can make a wealth of primary sources and data readily available ...