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Digital literacy has become an integral part of education. Adult learners need technology skills for many aspects of life, including job acquisition and retention, post secondary education, and communications. Studies have shown the best model for integration of teaching digital literacy in an adult basic education setting this capstone takes that model and applies it to curriculum revision. The results were a systematic method for targeting and creating activities that practice the curriculum objectives, while increasing digital literacy skills in a way that match learners' language and technology skills.
Sparks, Janet, "Integrating digital literacy into adult basic education curriculum" (2014). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 547.