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5% Project   On July 1, 1993, AB 1943 became law (Education Code 52522), allowing adult education programs, after approval by California Department of Education, to...  
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)  An Acceptable Use Policy is a written agreement signed by students and teachers that outlines the terms and conditions of Internet use in schools. The...  
Access to Learning through Online Education (ALOE)  An OTAN project to fund ten agencies in 2012-13 to increase the quantity, quality, and effectiveness of online instruction for adult learners....  
Administrators Planning for Online/Blended Delivery (APOD)  An OTAN project beginning in August 2012 to provide technical assistance to adult education administrators in planning for online delivery of instruction,...  
Adult Literacy & Technology Network (ALTN)  The Adult Literacy & Technology Network is a national effort dedicated to finding solutions for using technology to enhance adult literacy. They want...  
Adult Literacy Media Alliance (ALMA)  ALMA's mission is to help adults gain the basic reading, writing, and math skills they need to achieve their goals. They create innovative, educationally...  
App Flow  

An App Flow is an interactive framework tool that enables teachers to seamlessly flow apps, Web sites, and games throughout lessons. Starting...  

App Smashing   App smashing is the process of using - or "smashing" - different apps together to complete tasks and create rich student projects. App smashing can help...  
Assistive Technology   Any item, piece of equipment or product system, whether acquired commercially, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve...  
Asynchronous Learning   Asynchronous learning is any self-paced learning event that is delivered after the original live event. Also used to indicate a learning event where the...  
Blended Learning   Courses delivered via blended learning, also called hybrid learning, provide a combination of online delivery and supervised face-to-face sessions at...  
California Distance Learning Project (CDLP)  The California Distance Learning Project was created to usher in a new era of distance learning. For many years, most distance education was focused on...  
California Industrial and Technology Education Association (CITEA)  CITEA’s mission is to provide services and support to Industrial Technology Education (ITE), Vocational Education, and ROP teachers, students, and administrators...  
California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP)  The California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) is a statewide educational technology leadership initiative, providing assistance to schools and districts...  
Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)  CAST is a not-for-profit organization that uses technology to expand opportunities for all people, including those with disabilities, through the universal...  
Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL)  The use of computer-based technologies for language instruction is known as computer-assisted language learning (CALL). Computer software, including multimedia...  
Computer-based Training (CBT)  CBT is an instructional event that can be accessed via a stand-alone computer. Training materials and content are delivered via software applications...  
Digital Literacy (DL)  "The skills associated with using technology to enable users to find, evaluate, organize, create, and communicate information." (As defined by WIOA and...  
Distance Education / Learning   A delivery mechanism which utilizes various technologies to provide educational opportunities to students who are not physically "on site" in a traditional...  
Electronic Community of Practice (e-CoP)  Electronic Community of Practice is an initiative of the California Adult Literacy Professional Development Project (CALPRO). The mission of e-CoP is...  
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