Glenn Pound

Research Report: Connecting Pathways for Adult Education Learners (2008)

In November 2007, the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) received funding for a research project to investigate which kinds of partnerships make the best use of existing resources to strengthen the delivery of adult education programs and services at the local level.

This document, which presents the research and findings, is divided into four sections.

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2010-12-03

Past Into Future (2001)

The archive manual for the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy

This manual depicts the experience of a regional adult education network in developing an archive and resource centre at the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy. It provides objective criteria for getting such a project started, as well as subjective anecdotes to support you in completing it. An archives project can be both tedious and inspiring, depending on the perspective taken.

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2006-07-11

Connecting Research With Policy (2004)

This document provides a summary of a research project which investigated adult literacy learning from two perspectives: an insider view of the informal learning practices of adult literacy learners; and the point of view from the mainstream media. Key findings of the research are outlined, accompanied by a possible range of policy implications at the local, provincial, and federal level.

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2004-01-01
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