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Skillbase

Skillbase curates free resources that help users explore careers and build top employability skills sought by employers.

Upwardly Global Resources

Upwardly Global is a networking, resource, and skill-building hub that supports immigrants and refugees who want to
contribute vital skills to the professional U.S. workforce.

Teaching Skills That Matter (TSTM)

The Teaching Skills That Matter (TSTM) Toolkit supports adult education programs in using evidence-based approaches to teach transferable skills that are essential for personal and workplace success.

Employability Skills Resource Toolkit

The Employability Skills Resource Toolkit’s eight modules help instructors explicitly teach employability skills in postsecondary settings.

Digital Literacy Courses

Coursera offers digital literacy courses and specializations in programming and coding for students and instructors seeking to build their digital skills.

DigitalLearn

DigitalLearn.org is an online hub of self-directed, beginner- to intermediate-level digital literacy tutorials in English and Spanish, with English resources for instructor-led classroom teaching.

Transforming Distance Education (TDE)

The Transforming Distance Education online professional development course guides adult educators through all aspects of offering distance education to adult learners.

mLearning

The mLearning (Mobile Learning) resource hub and community of practice connects educators to guidance and resources for mobile learning programming for adults developing English language and foundational skills.

SkillsYouNeed

The SkillsYouNeed website offers information and Ebooks on essential skills for self-directed or facilitated use.

Introduction to Workforce Preparation Activities and Employability Skills

This self-paced, online course for adult educators and administrators provides an overview of workforce preparation activities and employability skills, and the importance of integrating them into curriculum and instruction.

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