Much of the same materials previously found on the CDLP site are now available through the USA Learns website and the course “Practice English and Reading.” There are eleven (11) units including Family, Health and Safety, Housing, Money and many others. Be sure to create an account to access the course. (You will need an email address and create a simple password.)
In addition, if you are looking to learn more about subjects in science, history, social studies, English and more, check out HippoCampus. Here you can browse through thousands of online multimedia offerings, watch and interact with simulations, and use textbook resources available for many subject areas.
TV411 allows you to Tune into Learning. This website will help you fine-tune your writing, expand your vocabulary, sharpen your math skills and explore science.
For even more on math, check out EdReady! This website lets you get ready for math at many different levels. After taking an assessment, EdReady maps out a personal learning path for you. As you go through the course, you will see your progress toward your goal at the top of the page. You can enter the website as a guest just to check things out. If you want to keep track of your work, consider signing up and creating an account.
The CDLP site served adult learners since 2005 and helped thousands meet their educational goals from around the world. Although the site is being retired, these resources should keep you on track for your future education goals.
While the California Distance Learning Project (CDLP) is no longer an active project, its purpose was to help expand learner access to adult basic education services in California. This goal included four major tasks:
This site is maintained by the Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN). Visit OTAN at http://www.otan.us
The California Department of Education's Adult Education Office sponsored the Project. The California State University System managed and directed the project, and the Sacramento County Office of Education's Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN) was the subcontractor for all Internet and information distribution activities including Web site management. The CDLP Website continues to be operated under the auspices of OTAN.
We would like to give our special thanks to News10 KXTV Sacramento for graciously allowing us to use their news stories as a basis of our learning activities. Their stories, photos and videos have made learning interesting and appropriate for adults.
The creation, compilation, and maintenance of this Web site were funded by the California Department of Education, Adult Education Office. However, the conclusions and opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the position or policy of the Department.
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The LiteracyCenter.Net Web site provides safe learning activities for parents and teachers to share with young children. All online lessons are free of advertising and free of charge.
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Lessons and learning activities based on the TV411 television series to help adults improve basic skills.