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Upcoming OTAN Activities – Week of October 3

Posted on 10/03/2022

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

  • Digital Inclusion Week is October 3 to 7. This annual event is sponsored by the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA). Their goal is to bring awareness to the digital divide which exists in communities around the country. Their goal is to solve this issue with equitable internet access, digital literacy and to increase device access. This link provides resources for self-paced computer literacy.

  • The California Adult Education Digital Learning Guidance is now available! We are excited to share the Guidance and look forward to developing ways to support effective implementation of digital learning within adult education.

  • Read our news item to learn more about an OTAN course for adult educators coming up this fall: BEST Course

  • Interested in scheduling an OTAN Training (online OR in-person) for your staff (including back-to-school)? 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 would 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. Reach out to us at - we will be in touch!

  • Web "Siting" of the Week: Brilliant For lifelong learners of any age, Brilliant replaces lecture videos with hands-on, interactive problem solving. It’s a better (and more fun) way to learn math and science.

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.