Literacy networks

Realizing Workforce Potential through Workforce Planning Boards and Regional Literacy Networks (2012)

The authors of this document argue that in an uncertain economic climate, Ontario’s local economies can endure by planning ahead, staying competitive, and adapting to change. Workforce planning boards and regional literacy networks can contribute a great deal to this effort.

Get resource
Added: 
2012-11-20

The Big Picture: Literacy in Canada (2012)

Prepared by the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN), this presentation offers a comprehensive overview of the state of literacy in Canada. It is divided into four sections: literacy in Canada; literacy facts; challenges and barriers; and the role of the CLLN.

Among the specific topics dealt with are the nature of literacy; the nine Essential Skills; family literacy; and the literacy needs of immigrants.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2012-11-09

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.

Get resource
Added: 
2012-11-02

Sharing the Path (2001)

Developing a Common Understanding of Assessment - Two Models for Facilitation

This document presents two models for developing a common understanding of assessment among Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) agencies. The models are based on the experiences of Project READ Literacy Network and Simcoe County Literacy Network in Ontario in facilitating a process for common assessment with their member agencies.

Get resource
Added: 
2012-08-29

Guide to Coordinating and Delivering Training for Employment Ontario Frontline Staff (2008)

This guide grew out of a project undertaken by Project READ Literacy Network Waterloo-Wellington with the goal of enhancing the existing information and referral network in that region among Employment Ontario agencies.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2012-08-29

Guide to Coordinating and Delivering Training for Employment Ontario Frontline Staff (2008)

Construction Zone Resource Binder

This guide is designed to assist regional literacy networks or other organizations interested in coordinating and implementing training for Employment Ontario (EO) agency staff in their regions. It was developed through a pilot project managed by Project READ Literacy Network Waterloo-Wellington in 2008.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2012-08-08

Realizing Local Workforce Potential through Workforce Planning Boards and Regional Literacy Networks (2012)

The authors of this document argue that in an uncertain economic climate, Ontario’s local economies can endure by planning ahead, staying competitive, and adapting to change. Workforce planning boards and regional literacy networks can contribute a great deal to this effort.

Get resource
Added: 
2012-08-08

Annual Report 2010-2011 - Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (2011)

Strengthening Capacity Nationally for Literacy and Essential Skills

This annual report for the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN), formerly known as Movement for Canadian Literacy, is the first to be issued under the organization’s new name.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-12-16

Project Management Toolkit: A Guide for Regional Literacy Networks in Ontario (2009)

The authors of this document have taken the theory of project management and broken it down into a step-by-step guide to delivering a literacy project in Ontario.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-11-25

Linking Adult Literacy to Poverty Reduction (2010)

Final Report

This document summarizes a project aimed at helping Windsor-Essex Ontario Works and the Tri-County Literacy Network collaborate to work more effectively with people living in poverty.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-09-09

Pages

© 2022 Copian Library