Workplace Literacy - Overview of Public Awareness Campaigns (2001)

The purpose of this research was to review other public awareness campaigns throughout Canada for Workplace Literacy programs.

These programs ranged from formally planned and orchestrated campaigns with collateral materials, to informal networking and partnership building.

While all provinces and territories were researched, only those with active campaigns were included in the final research document. Brief research was also done on the US, but only a small amount of relevant information is included.

This information was obtained from industry sources (journals, web sites, and email interviews with project coordinators).

There are many other excellent literacy organizations and initiatives which are not included in this research as they are either beyond the scope (not workplace based) or they were focused on the initiative (training workplace based tutors, for example) vs. on the public awareness campaign itself.

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2002-05-08
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(2001). Workplace Literacy - Overview of Public Awareness Campaigns. Retrieved March 2, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/worklit/worklit.pdf
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