Garbos get serious about digital literacy, Facebook for teaching English, the power of U3As, plans for Adult Learners Week, and more in our latest issue of Quest


Welcome to our second issue of Quest for 2020 which features stories about the impact of adult learning programs from around Australia.

In this issue you'll find stories about how Sydney garbos are improving their digital literacy; how an adult English language class at PRACE in Melbourne is using Facebook with great results; how Wynyard U3A has transformed its community of the digitally nervous into digital natives; news about Adult Learners Week; tips for online teaching, and more. 

In Quest we feature stories about how people develop the confidence to take on challenges and overcome disadvantages through adult education. And how the organisations behind these kinds of programs are working to improve the lives of people in their communities through the power of adult learning.

In these times of uncertainty, we need these good news stories more than ever so we encourage you to share Quest through your networks. You can read full issues of Quest or a selection of individual stories in the #lifechanger section of our website.

I hope you enjoy this issue. Feel free to send me any feedback.


Gina Perry

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