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NCFL and Google collaborate to share digital literacy curriculum for problem solving and job skills


We often hear that practitioners and educators in the field are seeking curriculum to help address the digital literacy needs of learners. The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) has collaborated with Grow with Google to bring the Applied Digital Skills curriculum to family literacy and learning practitioners. Plan to join us for this free webinar on Friday, May 18, 2018, 2–3 p.m. EDT. In this session, you’ll hear from Google about the Applied Digital Skills curriculum and best practices on how to use it to meet your goals.

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Applied Digital Skills is a free, video-based online curriculum designed to prepare teens and adults for the evolving job market. The curriculum teaches project-based digital skills that are relevant to real-life situations like event planning, budgeting, creating a guide to an area, finding a job, and more. The curriculum can be facilitated by an instructor or taken independently as it is convenient.

We encourage you to take advantage of this free professional development opportunity on your own or with your team. When you register for the webinar, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

4 Comments to “NCFL and Google collaborate to share digital literacy curriculum for problem solving and job skills”

  1. Ana Kroh

    IS there another time for this webinar? I am teaching during this time but I am very interested in the Applied Digital Skills lesson

  2. ncfl

    Thanks for asking, Ana. The webinar will be recorded and emailed to registrants. Please do sign up and you’ll receive the recording to watch at a time that is convenient to you.

  3. Heather Turngren

    I would like to get the link to the webinar to share with colleagues.

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