Digital Literacy Resources


        
 
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 Digital Literacy Curriculum for LBS
   
Author(s):   CESBA
Published:   2019
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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CESBA created their “Digital Literacy Curriculum for LBS” with the goal of providing a resource to support adult learners to develop their digital skills, gain confidence in the digital world and learn how to access online information.

The “Digital Literacy Curriculum for LBS” contains three components:

The Digital Curriculum Manual includes curriculum to teach various skills essential to the workplace, including learning about computers, the internet, MS Word, email, smartphones, tablets and more. It also has a module about looking for a job. The Student Workbook helps LBS learners to practice their digital skills and learn new vocabulary. The Practitioner’s Guide contains instructions, OALCF assessment, marking guide, suggested resources and a certificate.


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) LBS Digital Curriculum.zip
URL:  https://cesba.com/cesba-launches-lbs-digital-curriculum/
   
Linked to:   OALCF



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 Maker Modules and Supporting Documents
   
Author(s):   Literacy Link South Central
Published:   2015
Funder:   Employment Ontario, OJCP project
   
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Through a 2014 Job Creation Partnership project, LLSC developed modules to encourage literacy learners to experiment with innovative technology in a hands-on environment.

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File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Maker Modules and Resources.zip
URL:  https://www.llsc.on.ca/innovations-in-literacy
   
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 Innov-8
   
Author(s):   Literacy Link South Central
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Unknown
   
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LLSC's Innov-8 project teaches key literacy concepts using technically-innovative and physically challenging 94Fifty SMART basketballs. Gamification takes centre stage (or "centre court" in this case!) as learners are taken through not only basketball drills to improve their skills, but also the learning and application of mathematical concepts through the calculation of angles and speeds, and tracking individual and squad stats. 

Digital Literacy.


   
File(s):  PDF document Innov-8 BasketBall Curriculum.pdf
URL:  https://www.llsc.on.ca/innovations-in-literacy
   
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 Teach Tech: Digital Literacy Curriculum
   
Author(s):   Literacy Link Niagara
Published:   Nov 2016
Funder:   Unknown
   
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This draft Mentor/Tutor curriculum allows a learner to work one-to-one with a tutor to learn and explore digital tools. Many of the activities may also be suitable for learners in small groups.

   
File(s):  PDF document Curriculum-Draft-Oct42016.pdf
URL:  http://www.literacylinkniagara.ca/wp-content/uploads/Curriculum-Draft-Oct42016.pdf
   
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