This Web site serves as a virtual home base for many of World Education's technology-based projects for adult education teachers in the United States.

New Book for Teachers on Web Publishing

World Education has published a short guidebook, Under Construction: Building Web Sites as a Project-based Learning Activity for ABE/ESOL Classes, written by Jeff Carter together with Steve Quann of World Ed. The book is designed to provide adult literacy and ESOL staff developers and teachers with some simple, user-friendly advice on building Web sites as a classroom activity. Contact Leah Peterson at 617.482.9485 or for information about ordering copies.

New Report Released on Technology & Adult basic Education

This report, Technology in Today's ABE Classroom: A Look at the Technology Practices and Preferences of Adult Basic Education Teachers, presents highlights from our technology survey of the northeastern U.S. conducted in during the winter of 2003. You can download a PDF copy of the report here.

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ABE to College Transition

The ABE to College Transition Web site was developed for the New England Literacy Resource Center and the Nellie Mae Education Foundation to provide an online resource for Adult Basic Education providers who wish to implement an effective college transition program in their community.

Adventures in Aessement Web Site

Over the last year or so we have been coordinating with SABES and the Ohio State Literacy Resource Center to publish each volume of Adventures of Assessment on the Web. Published by SABES as an annual volume, Adventures in Assessment provides a forum for adult literacy practitioners to critically reflect upon a range of issues and experiences pertaining to assessment.

Computers in Action

Hosted on the hub1 site, Computers in Action is a series of stand-alone lesson plans for teachers using computers in the ESOL classroom, co-authored by Steve Quann (see bios).

CESOL Web Site

The Computers and English for Speakers of Other Languages (CESOL) site, also hosted by hub1/World Education and developed and maintained by Steve Quann, is for teachers who are interested in integrating technology into the ESL/EFL classroom.