Digital Access, Inclusion and Learning in Community Adult Literacy Centres
12 November 2018
Do you work in areas related to or affected by digital inclusion? Are you seeking a partner organization with complementary perspectives?
If yes, consider a partnership with AlphaPlus.
To discuss potential areas of collaboration and partnership, contact Christine Pinsent-Johnson at email@example.com. We’ll start with a conversation about your work.
One aspect of our work is championing the use of technology in adult education, and we recognize that our work happens in a broader context. By aligning our efforts with like-minded organizations, we can build momentum and support as we seek to create equity and access to learning.
As a partner, we can offer specialized expertise within adult learning, literacy development and technology integration, serving predominantly marginalized adult learners. We work with partners to:
Literacy practitioners know that limited access to technology can create insurmountable barriers for lifelong learners in Ontario.
A blended learning approach is one that extends the application of adult learning principles to meet the changing needs of 21st-century life.
Focusing on people rather than systems acknowledges that relationships are a key component of learning outcomes.