A Traveler's Guide to Literacy Research in Practice (2008)

This book originated in a course that was offered as part of the Research in Practice in Adult Literacy Network Project, a project initiated in 2000 involving Literacy Alberta, the Learning Centre Literacy Association, and the Centre for Research on Literacy at the University of Alberta. As the title suggests, this guide was written to help literacy practitioners conduct research related to their practice. The Traveler's Guide is organized into 10 chapters:

1. Locating Research in Practice
2. Research in Practice as a Creative Process
3. Planning for the Journey
4. Locating Ourselves in Our Research
5. Planning for Ethical Decision-Making
6. Setting Out: What Would You Like to Learn About?
7. Locating Our Research in the Literature
8. Collecting Information
9. Making Meaning Along the Way
10.Stories from the Road: Writing Up and Sharing Our Research.

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Mary Norton. A Traveler's Guide to Literacy Research in Practice 2008. Web. 25 Oct. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/traveler/traveler.pdf>
Mary Norton (2008). A Traveler's Guide to Literacy Research in Practice. Retrieved October 25, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/traveler/traveler.pdf
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