Online Adult Literacy Course Available Through Penn State

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Don’t miss this opportunity—

Enroll now for online professional development with lasting impact!

There is still time to enroll in Penn State’s online course, Adult Literacy (ADTED 457), a three-credit undergraduate/graduate level course offered online through Penn State’s World Campus for graduate or undergraduate credit. Class runs September 2 – December 2, 2009, and registration is already underway.

This course allows you to focus on your own area of interest within the field of adult basic and literacy education, including, but not limited to, family literacy, workplace literacy and workforce development, health literacy, financial literacy, and information literacy. There are no prerequisites and a background in adult education is not necessary to successfully complete the course—students participate at their own level of experience and need.

For more information visit or contact Dr. Sheila Sherow at

Register today at

Gail J. Price

Multimedia Specialist

National Center for Family Literacy

325 W. Main Street, Suite 300

Louisville, KY 40202

502 584-1133, ext. 112

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