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LINCS: Cross-Cultural Approaches to Digital Literacy


If viewed as a new language, digital literacy is similarly impacted by the cultural and social needs that a learner brings into the classroom. Join our guest presenter, Sarah Haroon Sualehi, PhD Candidate, Texas A&M, to explore what English language instructors can do to understand the social and cultural needs of your students and bridge […]

LINCS: Storytelling as an Instructional Strategy


Join the LINCS Community Teaching and Learning group for a presentation by Dr. Natalia Balyasnikova from York University, as she delves into the transformative power of storytelling in the realm of adult learning. Dr. Balyasnikova's research focuses on the English language learning experiences of older immigrants in community-based settings, utilizing innovative narrative ethnographic methods. Don't […]

LINCS: Contextualizing Employability Skills


Would you like to learn more about contextualizing employability skills for deeper learning? During the month of July, LINCS encourages adult educators to complete the 1.5 hour online/on-demand course Workforce Preparation Activities in the Classroom: Contextualizing Employability Skills for Deeper Learning. At this live event, we will further discuss what we learned in the course and […]

LINCS: Understanding the Science of Reading


Confused about the Science of Reading (SOR) and how to apply its principles to instruction in your adult education program? Join LINCS moderators Steve Schmidt, Dr. Carmine Stewart, and Dr. […]