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OTAN Upcoming Activities – Week of 7/11

Posted on 07/11/2022

OTAN provides activities and resources to support our adult education colleagues. (All times below are PDT.)

  • The Digital Leadership Academy application for Cohort 4 agencies is open! Learn more about DLAC and how to apply:  And hear from Jill W. about why you should be a part of this professional development program: DLAC testimonial

  • On Friday, July 15 at 9:00am, OTAN will present Migrating Content from Moodle to Canvas. This session will show participants how one instructional designer approaches the task to not only migrate the content, but customize it so it is accessible, intuitive, and functional for the Canvas LMS. You can sign up for this webinar (limited to the first 25 participants) at the California Adult Education Training Calendar.

  • Take a look at our report on Technology and Distance Learning in California Adult Education highlighted in this OTAN news item

  • Interested in scheduling an OTAN training (online OR in-person) for your staff (including back-to-school in the fall)? Please reach out to us at to learn how we can help with your training needs.

  • Found or using a great tech tool that you'd like to share with other educators? OTAN is always looking for adult education folks to present online for us on a cool tech tool or tech-related topic. Complete this form - we'll be in touch!

  • Web "siting" of the week: US Citizenship for Dummies from our OTAN Subject Matter Expert Jennifer Gagliardi (and follow Jennifer on her website US Citizenship Podcast).

Please contact us at or call our office at 916-228-2580 for more information! We are here to support you!

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OTAN activities are funded by contract CN220124 from the Adult Education Office, in the Career & College Transition Division, California Department of Education, with funds provided through Federal P.L., 105-220, Section 223. However, OTAN content does not necessarily reflect the position of that department or the U.S. Department of Education.