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Some LINCS Courses to be Retired Soon

Some LINCS Courses to be Retired Soon

by Sudie Whalen -
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LINCS will be retiring the following 13 online self-directed courses on December 18, 2020, as they use Flash technology that is no longer supported:

Career Pathways

  • ACP: Building Strategic Partnerships
  • ACP: Developing Effective Bridge Programs
  • ACP: Designing Contextualized Instruction
  • ACP: Integrating Career Counseling and Planning
  • ACP: Engaging Employers in Adult Career Pathways

Disabilities and Equitable Outcomes

  • Learning to Achieve: Learning Disabilities and Neuroscience

English Language Acquisition

  • ELL-U: Second Language Acquisition
  • ELL-U: Teaching Emergent Readers
  • ELL-U: Formative Assessment
  • ELL-U: The Role of Culture
  • ELL-U: Principles of Second Language Teaching


  • Engaging Adult Learners in Science
  • Scientific Practices in Context

Please plan to complete any work on these courses or access any resources and download your completion certificate by December 17, 2020, as you will no longer be able to access the courses, resources, or completion certificates after this date.  In anticipation for these courses being retired, LINCS will be revising and updating online courses and developing new courses over the next two program years. We believe that the revisions, updates, and new course developments will fill some of the gaps created by the retirement of the courses listed. Additionally, OCTAE has ongoing national leadership activities that will address other gaps being created by the retirement of these courses. If you have any questions, please email us at .