Developing a Framework for Research in Practice in Adult Literacy in Canada (2004)

Research in practice promotes improvements in practice, informs policy, and contributes to learner success in the adult literacy field. Research in practice in adult literacy has been gaining strength and visibility; however, there is an unevenness of support and capacity across the country. There is a need for a strategic framework that will address this disparity and guide future practice and policy.

The intent of this project is to: conduct an inventory of research in practice in adult literacy in English-speaking Canada; make comprehensive recommendations for the further growth and development of research in practice based on the results of the inventory, and; create opportunities for practitioners across the country to be part of the development of the framework.

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2004-11-17
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Tannis Atkinson, Sandy Middleton and Marina Niks. Developing a Framework for Research in Practice in Adult Literacy in Canada 2004. Web. 20 Jan. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/framewk/framewk.pdf>
Tannis Atkinson, Sandy Middleton & Marina Niks (2004). Developing a Framework for Research in Practice in Adult Literacy in Canada. Retrieved January 20, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/framewk/framewk.pdf
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