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Digital Literacy Strategies to Promote Equity

This event occurred on January 21, 2021 3:02 PM EST, but is available to view on-demand.
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Our new world has only increased our students’ dependence on technology. This makes digital literacy no longer a “nice to have” but a “need to have.” How do we ensure that every student can navigate technology-dependent learning environments safely and successfully as well as become career-ready?

In this webinar, digital literacy experts from Learning.com and Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS), a digital literacy pioneer, will share key strategies to promote the digital skills so critical to our students’ educational careers. Whether operating in a remote, in-person or hybrid setting, webinar participants will take away from this session actionable tactics to create an inclusive and equitable digital environment where all students can become successful digital citizens. CPS will share how they have successfully adopted digital literacy strategies that are resulting in improved student outcomes and engagement.


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Speakers
Jessica Hall
Director of Customer Success Learning.com
Eric Dettman
Lead Regional Accounts Manager Learning.com
David Church
Educator Cincinnati Public Schools

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