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Florida Discussion Groups

The Literacy in Florida Discussion List provides updates on adult education and literacy instructional resources, grant opportunities, upcoming trainings, policy developments and other relevant topic.  The list also provides an opportunity for practitioners to network and share. The list typically posts between 2-5 messages a week.   Email link:  literacy-fl@cls.coe.utk.edu

The Family Literacy in Florida Discussion List  provides similar information and resources as the Literacy in Florida List with an emphasis on family literacy.   Email link: famlit-fl@cls.coe.utk.edu

How to subscribe to the lists:

  1. Click the email link above.
  2. In the message area you will see subscribe famlit-fl or subscribe literacy-fl (don't put your name after this).
  3. Leave all other areas blank (including the areas for CC, Attachment, and Subject). Delete your signature block if you have one at the end of your email.
  4. In the send box you should see To: famlit-fl@cls.coe.utk.edu or literacy-fl@cls.coe.utk.edu
  5. Send Email.
  6. You can unsubscribe at any time.


National Discussion Groups

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, these discussion lists give thousands of literacy stakeholders opportunities to discuss the literacy field's critical issues; share resources, experiences, and ideas; ask questions of subject experts; and keep up-to-date on literacy issues.

Each national LINCS discussion list is moderated by a national organization with expertise in the topic area.

List topics include:

  • Adult English Language Acquisition
  • Adult Literacy Professional Development
  • Assessment
  • Diversity and Literacy
  • Health and Literacy
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Math and Numeracy
  • Reading and Writing
  • Transitions to Post-Secondary Education
  • Technology and Distance Learning
  • Workforce Competitiveness

Click here to reach the current LINCS-sponsored discussion lists.

 

 

 

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