Research Teams

The CREATE Adult Skills Network is made up of six research teams funded by the Institute of Education Sciences. Each research team is building knowledge about how digital technologies can support, enhance, and expand adult learning. The teams collaborate with each other and with stakeholders in adult skills development to inform and strengthen their research.

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Adult Numeracy in the Digital Era: Adaptive Technology for Quantitative and Digital Literacy

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Adult Skills Assessment Project: Actionable Assessments for Adult Learners

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Content-Integrated Language Instruction for Adults with Technology Support

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Developing and Implementing a Technology-Based Reading Comprehension Instruction System for Adult Literacy Students

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Teaching Skills That Matter-SkillBlox Instructional Support Pilot

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Writing in Adult Secondary Education Classes

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