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Learning for Life: The Opportunity for Technology to Transform Adult Education

Posted on 04/13/2015

Lifelong Learning
Technology training for adult educators.

In fall 2014, Tyton Partners, with support from the Joyce Foundation and the Commission on Adult Basic Education, conducted comprehensive research on the role of and potential for instructional technologies in the US adult education field. Tyton Partners conducted a national survey of more than 1,000 adult education program administrators and practitioners to determine their interest in, aptitude for, and current use of technology-based instructional resources.

This publication series, Learning for Life: The Opportunity for Technology to Transform Adult Education, External link opens in new window or tab explores technology readiness, access, and use within various adult education delivery channels, as well as market opportunities, program decision-making processes, and the supplier ecosystem for instructional resources. The research and analysis featured in these publications will assist suppliers, investors, policy professionals, and institutions as they explore opportunities in the adult education market.

Part 1 of the report, Interest in and Aptitude for Technology, is available on the Tyton Partners Web site External link opens in new window or tab. Part 2, The Supplier Ecosystem will be available soon.