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Digital Literacy Resources for Educators, Employers, and Volunteers

The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy and Digital Promise are pleased to provide these materials to support educators, tutors, and mentors who are working with adult learners on building digital literacy skills.

Promoting Digital Literacy for Adult Learners: A Resource Guide

Nearly one in three Americans struggle to perform their job due to limited digital problem-solving skills. This peer-reviewed guide provides educators, employers, and volunteers with the resources to build digital literacy in adult learners. Click the link below to access the full document.

Promoting Digital Literacy for Adult Learners: A Resource Guide

Facilitator’s Training Materials: Handbook and Slide Deck

To make the most of Promoting Digital Literacy for Adult Learners: A Resource Guide, we’ve developed a facilitator handbook and accompanying slide deck to support facilitators who are introducing the resource guide to educators, employers, mentors, and volunteers that work with adult learners. It provides recommendations for training others on how to use the guide, such as making the most of key features and facilitation tips and applying a whole learner framework.

Facilitator Training Handbook Sample
Facilitator’s Slide Deck Sample
Facilitator’s Slide Deck (with notes) Sample

If you would like to access the full set of training materials, please email Pam Cote at pam@barbarabush.org. There is no cost to access or use the training materials, and we will support your training needs with a train the trainer session.

Training Scope and Plan

Please view the Promoting Digital Literacy for Adult Learners: Training Scope and Plan to determine training needs for your program or organization.

Training Scope and Plan

Share Your Feedback

Thank you for your commitment to promoting digital skills. If you would like to share feedback or have questions on these materials, please email Pam Cote at pam@barbarabush.org.