Suzanne Smythe speaks about incorporating digital technologies in Adult Basic Education

July 9th, 2012 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna

Suzanne Smythe, Lecturer in Literacy and Adult Education at the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University, speaks about her report, Incorporating Digital Technologies in Adult Basic Education: Concepts, Practices and Recommendations.

Exploring how digital technology is changing what it means to be literate in today’s world, Suzanne looks closely at the impact digital technology has on teaching and learning in Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs.

In this podcast recorded on Skype, Suzanne talks about her research about the use of digital technologies at various adult education programs and elaborates on some of the five Vignettes in the report that put literacy practitioners centre stage.

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