adult learners

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) mentions Oklahoma Literacy

The Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) blogged about Celebrating Our Journey, a book published every year by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Literacy Resource Office that features stories written by literacy students around the state. Previous editions of the book have featured stories from the Ruth G. Hardman Literacy Program's students, and we are proud to see this series get some national recognition. You can see IMLS' blog post here.

Congratulations, Sarah!

The Literacy Office has happy/sad news! Our office manager, Sarah Thrower, has been promoted to the TCCL Circulation Team Leader!

Find Us on Facebook!

That’s right—in June we joined the social networking community and now have a Facebook page! Make sure to like our page HERE for all the latest Ruth G Hardman Adult Literacy information.
 

Learner Recognition Opportunity!

Attention Literacy Tutors!

Is your student doing a great job? Feel like they deserve some recognition for all their hard work? This is your opportunity!

The Oklahoma Literacy Coalition is asking you to submit the name of a learner from your program to be recognized as ESL Adult Learner of the Year and Basic Education Adult Learner of the Year at the OLC Fall Learner Conference!

Happy Independence Day, USA!

This Friday is July 4th, the day Americans celebrate their independence from Great Britain. Want to learn more about this holiday? Check out some of the links below: 

Listen to this podcast for ESL students about Independence Day.

The History Channel has lots of videos and other information about July 4th. 

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