Coordination

Enhancing Pathways - Phase 2: The Literacy and Language Continuum (2012)

This report outlines the second phase of a project designed to build the coordination capacity of Ontario’s regional literacy networks, and to further develop partnerships among service delivery agencies that provide literacy and language programming.

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2013-07-22

Approaches to Service Coordination (2011)

This document offers a description and comparative analysis of possible approaches to service coordination for Employment Ontario (EO) to help achieve the vision of a comprehensive system that breaks down barriers between programs and better integrates the supports that clients require to be successful in their training.

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2013-02-21

Planning Together: The Final Report of the Literacy Community Planning Process (LCPP) Development Project (2012)

Literacy Service Planning Guide - version 2012

This is a revised version of a document originally published in 1999, examining the evolution of the Literacy Community Planning Process (LCPP) Committees in the Waterloo-Wellington region of Ontario. The author notes that LCPP Committees are now also referred to as Literacy Service Planning Committees (LSP) or Literacy Community Planning (LCP) Committees.

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2012-12-20

Approaches to Service Coordination (2011)

This document offers a discussion and analysis of four possible approaches to service coordination to meet the complex needs of Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) students in Ontario communities. The document was prepared by the Ontario Literacy Coalition, now known as Essential Skills Ontario (ESO).

The four approaches presented are case management; inter-agency cooperation; integrated programming; and community-wide planning.

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2012-12-04

Building Our Capacity: A Workplace Literacy Coordination Model (2001)

This report is the result of a project that created a model to help literacy providers and networks set up their own process for coordinating workplace education services within their regions.

The report is divided into seven sections: workplace planning process; marketing; evaluation of process; field testing; recommendations, challenges and accomplishments; financial requirements; and resources and bibliography.

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2012-11-02

Enhancing Pathways: The Literacy and Language Continuum (2010)

Final Project Report

This project was initiated to coordinate and align three existing language and literacy systems: Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS), funded by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU); English as a Second Language (ESL) and credit ESL programs, funded by the Government of Ontario; and the federally funded Language Instruction for Newcomer Canadians (LINC) programs.

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2012-09-06

An Inter-sectoral Approach for Improving Health Literacy for Canadians - A Discussion Paper (2012)

This discussion paper is the work of a multi-sector advisory group convened by the Public Health Association of British Columbia with the goal of identifying priorities and organizing them into a comprehensive framework for improving health literacy in Canada.

The document includes a definition of health literacy and an explanation of why it is important.

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2012-05-25

Report of the Literacy & Lifelong Learning Working Group (2011)

Strengthening the Saskatchewan public library system's role in promoting, delivering and supporting literacy and lifelong learning opportunities for all

This report summarizes the findings of a working group established to develop a vision for the role of public libraries in literacy and lifelong learning for the people of Saskatchewan.

Based on consultations with stakeholders across the province, the authors present a series of recommendations for Saskatchewan’s provincial government; municipalities; public library systems; and the First Nations and Aboriginal library community.

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2011-07-14

Partnership Framework for Integrated Family Literacy Planning - Research Findings (2010)

This report describes the preliminary findings of a project aimed at mapping out Ontario’s existing family literacy system, identifying gaps in it, and outlining promising new approaches. The project was funded by the Office of Literacy and Essential Skills (OLES) of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and was led by the Ontario Literacy Coalition, now called Essential Skills Ontario.

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2011-01-20

Engaging the Frontline (2008)

A College Network Development Project: Final Report

The goal of the project outlined in this document was to improve student and client outcomes in college-based programs sponsored by Employment Ontario (EO) by promoting the collaboration of college frontline staff in Apprenticeship, Job Connect, LBS/Academic Upgrading and Employment Assistance Services.

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