OALCF Goal Paths and E-learning
April 10th, 2013 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna
E-learning is becoming an increasingly important component in our work, in further education and training and in our daily life.
In this OALCF Goal Paths and E-learning e-bulletin, we take a look at the transitional competency requirements in each of the OALCF goal paths related to e-learning and the opportunities currently available to adult literacy students in Ontario.
As we undertook this brief review of e-learning in the goal paths, we had the following questions in mind:
- What do we know about e-learning demands and opportunities in each of the goal paths?
- What do learners need to know and be able to do in relation to e-learning in order to support a successful transition to their next step?
- What do instructors need to know to support students in developing the necessary e-learning competencies?
- Where and how does e-learning fit with the OALCF?
Much of what we learned is information already familiar to experienced adult literacy practitioners; however, we want to highlight the ever-increasing reach of e-learning in workplaces and in education.