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Don't Forget Our Online Resources!

When you are looking for help for yourself, your child, or your learner, don't forget to take a look at TCCL's online offerings. We offer a broad variety of resources, including Homework Help Now for real-time online tutoring in many subjects, Job Now for help with applications and resumes, Universal Class for online, self-paced education, Learning Express for practice taking tests such as the GED or TOEFL, and many more options.

Online Resources for Tutors--Working in Adult Literacy Blog

I know tutors are always looking for new resources to use with their students, especially if the two of you have been working together for a while. Take a look at the blog Working in Adult Literacy. Kate Nonesuch is an educator who shares lots of great ideas for working with adult literacy learners.

Tutoring Tips and Techniques: Networking for Ideas, Advice, and Problem-Solving

Are you a new tutor? Have you been tutoring for a while and need a fresh set of ideas? Do you want to meet other tutors in our program? If so, this workshop is for YOU!

Please join us for a casual panel discussion led by longtime volunteer tutors who will share their knowledge and answer questions about working with a variety of adult learners.

Please call the literacy office at 918-549-7400 to register for this fun and informative workshop.

When: Thursday, September 18th 6-7:30 p.m.

Where: Literacy Services Building--Meeting Room, 2901 S Harvard

Oklahoma Literacy Coalition's Fall Conference--Registration Deadline Soon

The deadline to register for the Oklahoma Literacy Coalition's Fall Conference is almost here! If you are a literacy student or tutor who is interested in attending the fall conference, please contact the Literacy Office by Thursday, September 4th, and we will get you registered. 

For more information on the conference, you can check out OLC's website here.

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.

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