We are creating a world in which every learner and teacher has access and skills to use digital solutions and technology tools.
Our team helps to identify, design, implement, evaluate, and promote best practices in leveraging technology responsibly to accelerate impact.
We are professionals recognize for our expertise globally and commitment to equity and inclusion in digital transformations and the edtech field.
For our work in the United States, we convene a network of edtech experts to conceptualize and promote new projects and approaches for the use of technology in education.
We are proud to advance open education and digital equity as committed advisory members or active partners with several like-minded national and international organizations.
Online & in-person professional development to share best practices and foster edtech leadership.
Meeting learners’ needs in partnership with tech developers, education providers, employers and community organizations.
Research, identification and testing of new tools, emerging best practices and delivery models.
Advocacy for digital equity and inclusion, and education on the power of technology for teaching and learning.
Digital US is a national coalition working to ensure that all of US have technology skills and digital resilience to thrive in work and life
CrowdED Learning is expanding equitable access to free and open education resources (OER) through service learning and free tools that engage practitioners in evaluating, organizing, and effectively integrating OER into instruction.
The Leveraging AI for Learning and Work is a newly developed initiative at World Education to support programs and educators in integrating generative AI tools responsibly.
This CREATE Adult Skills Network research team is exploring the rollout of the Teaching Skills That Matter (TSTM) framework developed by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) and will develop and pilot test instructional resources for TSTM, delivered through an online platform called SkillBlox.
IDEAL Consortium helps member states establish quality innovative distance, blended, and digital learning programs by offering professional development, providing technical support, and facilitating a network of education leaders from across the country.
The Digital Skills Library is an open repository of free learning resources designed to help all adult learners develop the digital skills needed to achieve their personal, civic, educational, and career goals.
This app is designed to help you find strategies, resources, and activities to support meaningful edtech integration and digital skill development.
Hosted every month, our virtual strategy sessions convene edtech leaders, teachers, and education professionals to share promising practices and innovations in digital learning, edtech integration and distance education.
Designed as a microlearning course, this free online offering provides strategies and resources that are essential for both setting up and implementing distance education or teaching with a blended approach.
This comprehensive guide details the steps and considerations as programs and systems setup or improve their Digital Navigator services.
This site holds information for teachers, administrators, policy makers, and researchers interested in leveraging digital tools to support enrollment, attendance, achievement, and completion in remote ESOL programming for adults.
This resource repository provides useful information on different technology tools used for workforce development, career advancement and adult learning.
Anthony Burik of the Outreach and Technical Assistance Network introduces a framework for types of student voice and demonstrates how tech tools can be leveraged to engage and amplify students’ voices.
EdTech Strategy sessions are an initiative of the IDEAL Consortium.