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A Curriculum Database for the Canadian Adult Literacy Community (2002)

Preliminary Technical and Educational Considerations

This paper explores the technical and educational considerations involved in having a national level, online curriculum database.

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2003-03-03

Youth, Literacy and Career Project (2001)

A Project for Youth Aged 18 to 24

This booklet is an easy read story guide to demonstrate how to gain access to the various tools and resources on youth, literacy and careers, along with a useful list of websites, resources, materials and addresses appropriate for learners who are working on their literacy development.

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2003-02-13

The Dual Digital Divide (2000)

The Information Highway in Canada

The purpose of this study was to analyze Canadian households at the margins in terms of access to the Information Highway, generally considered to be The Internet. The study provides a better understanding of the attitudes, practices and the needs of those who are not connected to the Internet, and the circumstances under which some of these non-users are likely to go online.

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2001-04-03

The ESL Computer Book - The Internet: Using Microsoft Explorer (2001)

This is one of a series of workbooks put out by the Halifax Immigrant Learning Centre specifically for English as a Second Language (ESL) students.

This workbook offers an introduction to the Internet and can be used by ESL students both in a classroom setting with an instructor and as a self-teaching guide.

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2001-01-01

A Topical Website Reference Directory (2000)

A topical website directory created for an Adult Education course.

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2000-09-22

On the Margins (1998)

Creating Opportunities for Learning with Computer Technology for Homeless People

Beat the Street is a program of Frontier College offering basic literacy instruction and upgrading to street youth and homeless adults. A computer lab with Internet access was donated to Beat the Street in 1996. This report is about Beat the Street's study of computer technology and how it can be used effectively.

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2000-08-22

Workshops the Wired Way (2000)

Online training has proven to be an effective and popular means of delivering training, and Community Literacy of Ontario is committed to continuing development in this venue. This report is designed to help community-based literacy agencies conduct online workshops of their own.

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2000-01-01

Computer Labs for Literacy Groups, A Practical Guide (1998)

The P4 Literacy Project

This handbook was produced under cost-shared funding from the National Literacy Secretariat and the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology. Literacy practitioners will find this a useful guide when planning a computer lab for their literacy group. Topics discussed are :

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1999-02-26

Computer Labs for Literacy Groups, A Practical Guide (1998)

The P4 Literacy Project

This handbook was produced under cost-shared funding from the National Literacy Secretariat and the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology. Literacy practitioners will find this a useful guide when planning a computer lab for their literacy group. Topics discussed are :

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1999-02-26

Support Materials and Exercises for Basic Computer Literacy (1999)

This document has been created by Joan Perry, an adult literacy facilitator from New Brunswick. She has used this material successfully with adult learners and would like to share it with other literacy practitioners.

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1999-01-01

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