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  1. Nov 2018
    1. 9Annotated List of Current Technology ToolsThese technology tools have been used or reviewed by thepresenters. This is not a comprehensive list, but is a good start when choosing tools to engage the adult learner. Note that some of the tools must be purchased or subscribed to; when possible,the presenters have listed a free alternative.

      This provides a list of tools that may be available to use for adult training's, or within a classroom setting. Many of these fall into the self-directed learning category, as they provide more free reign for the students in an online environment. Also included on this page is a list of various "best practices" and focuses on androgogy. The tools provided are also great for proffessional development sessions or for working with adult students.

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    1. 17OFFICE OFEducational Technology2. Transforming Our EcosystemLearning, Teaching, and AssessmentSection I.Engaging and Empowering Learning Through Technology

      This article by the Department of Education is particularly focused on Adult Education and the role of technology in it. Of note is the sections dealing with best practices; these recommendations are given not only to instructors, but educational institutions, educational technology developers as well as policy makers.

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    1. The Role of Ed Tech and Professional Development in Driving Personalized Learning

      This site provides a selection of webinars on a variety of topics, ranging from Educational Technology to Assessment and Testing. These webinars, most free, also include a corresponding powerpoint. This may be great for professional development on campus.

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