Southern LINCS is a regional site for LINCS , a national electronic information and communication system for adult literacy. This site is a focal point for the southern region with links to state, regional, and national information. SLINCS is hosted by the Southern Regional Technology Center at the Center for Literacy Studies, University of Tennessee.

Southern LINCS , a consortium of fourteen southern states, is coordinated by the Center for Literacy Studies at The University of Tennessee. The fourteen consortium members are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

 

Southern LINCS Highlights

Online Professional Development

AEProAEPro - Online Professional Development
AE Pro was initiated in 2004 through a collaboration between the Center for Literacy Studies at the University of Tennessee, and the Ohio Literacy Resource Center at Kent State University. This exciting opportunity in online learning is funded, in part, by the National Institute for Literacy, LINCS project.

Video Center LINCS Research
ESOL Teacher Training (RealPlayer/Text version)

Families First Adult Education: Advice to New Teachers (RealPlayer/Text version)

To Video Library Archive

LINCS includes research resources that support evidence-based education. This link provides access to three guides for understanding and using research and four places to look for new research in adult education and literacy.
LINCS Marketing Resources State Newsletters
LINCS Training & Marketing Resources
The Southern LINCS RTC Staff and partners have developed a series of resources and presentations for use in getting the word out about LINCS and its usefulness to Adult Educators. These resources are available free of charge to all LINCS partners for their own use in presenting and training about LINCS.
Alabama - AALRC
Arkansas - Adult Learning Network
Florida - The Literacy News
Georgia - Perspectives
Kentucky - PD Connections
Louisiana - LSLRC
Oklahoma - Oklahoma Review
South Carolina - Workplace Notes
Tennessee - Adult Educator
Texas - Literacy Links
Virginia - Progress
West Virginia - Networks