Evaluation reports

Evaluation Report: Made in the North (2013)

Formative and Summative Evaluation of the “Learning through Partnerships: A Pan-Northern Gathering Project”

In 2010, the literacy councils of the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Nunavut joined forces for a project that would culminate two years later in a three-day forum on adult learning, literacy, and skills development in northern Canada. The goals of the project, entitled Made in the North, were to explore northern-directed policies and practices that support adult learning; develop partnerships; and share knowledge.

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2013-04-05

Project Evaluation Report - Widening Access for Adult Literacies (2009)

The Widening Access for Adult Literacies project began in northeast Edmonton, Alberta, in 2005. In this report, the author evaluates the impact of the project both on individuals with literacy challenges and on community organizations.

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Community-Based Literacy in NE Edmonton Project Report (2009)

Partnering for Literacy Programs

The Community-Based Literacy (CBL) in NE Edmonton project was initiated in September 2006 to address needs for adult literacy programming that had been identified through the Widening Access for Adult Literacies project.

The project’s goal was to work with agencies to offer literacy courses in the short term, and to support community agencies applying for regular course funding to offer courses on a longer-term basis.

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2011-04-05

Evaluation of Common Assessment in the Literacy Field: A Case Study of the Educational Essential Skills Assessment (2010)

Final Report

The author of this document looks at the value of implementing independent, common assessment services in the literacy field, with a specific focus on the Educational Essential Skills Assessment (EESA), a tool developed by the Adult Basic Education Association of Hamilton-Wentworth (ABEA) in Ontario.

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2010-11-30

Evaluation of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Literacy Program (2006)

Summary Report

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) literacy program has been funded since 2000 through a grant from the National Literacy Secretariat (NLS). At the end of five years, the NLS offers the option of an external evaluation, directed by the recipient organization and funded by the NLS. CUPE decided to take advantage of this opportunity.

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2007-11-29

Final Report: Measuring the Impact (2005)

WWestnet Conferences 2000 - 2005

The main purpose of WWestnet (The Western Canada Workplace Essential Skills Training Network) is to raise awareness of and to be a catalyst for addressing workplace essential skills issues. This report looks at the value and impact of Wwestnet conferences and events held between November 2000 and June 2005.

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2007-03-21

Matching Need & Response (2005)

Evaluation of the Workplace Education Initiative Final Report

The Workplace Education Initiative was developed in 1989 to improve the literacy levels of Nova Scotians and reaches many organizations throughout Nova Scotia. The Initiative provides non-traditional educational opportunities to staff within organizations who wish to improve their essential skills.

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2007-01-24

Report Card (2006)

The document "Report Card", published by the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, is an overview of the IALSS, released in 2005.

The main themes of the document are:
- Labour Market Outcomes
- Industry Sectors
- Incidence of Low Proficiency

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2006-05-09

Setting the Compass (1999)

A Program development and evaluation tool for volunteer programs in Alberta

This document is the final product of the Alberta Literacy Program Standards (ALPS) Project.

ALPS was a project of the Association of Literacy Coordinators of Alberta, and was funded by the National Literacy Secretariat.

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2005-11-14

On the Right Track - Building Community Capacity for Family Literacy (2004)

Evaluation of Family Literacy Programming in the NWT

This report looks individually at each literacy initiative in which the NWT Literacy Council was involved over a three-year period, namely:
1. Family Literacy Training Institutes
2. Community family literacy projects and outreach support for family literacy providers
3. The family learning kits.

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2004-11-16

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