Literacy networks

Literacy Service Plan - Grey & Bruce Counties 2008-2009 (2009)

Increasing Skills In Your Community

This document, prepared by the QUILL Learning Network, summarizes the 2008/2009 literacy service plan for Ontario’s Grey and Bruce counties.

The authors provide an overview of the Literacy and Basic Skills program in Ontario, including a timeline of developments in adult literacy in that province. From there, they move on to look at programs within the specific context of the Grey-Bruce region.

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2010-06-22

Literacy Service Plan - Georgian Triangle 2008-2009 (2009)

Increasing Skills In Your Community

This document, prepared by the QUILL Learning Network, summarizes the 2008/2009 literacy service plan for Ontario’s Georgian Triangle region.

The authors provide an overview of the Literacy and Basic Skills program in Ontario, including a timeline of developments in adult literacy in that province. From there, they move on to look at programs within the specific context of the Georgian Triangle.

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2010-06-22

Rogue Wind: Yearbook 2010 (2010)

This is a collection of writings by students and friends of the Halifax Community Learning Network. Writings by learners include personal anecdotes, fiction and a fan letter to golfer Mike Weir. One man describes his efforts to raise money to help fellow amputees back in his homeland of Sierra Leone.

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2010-06-07

Succession Planning for Literacy Community Planning (2009)

Tool Kit

The report sets out the process for ensuring the continuity of good literacy and basic skills service in a community as new members join a Literacy Community Planning (LCP) committee. This “succession planning” involves making sure that crucial history, information, initiatives and decisions are documented.

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2010-03-31

Literacy in Ontario (2009)

This document offers an overview of adult literacy in the province of Ontario.

In the first chapter, the author explains that literacy is an ever-expanding term, noting that the literacy skills required to be successful in 2009 are quite different from those required 20 or even 10 years ago.

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2010-01-26

Literacy in Toronto and York Region: 2009-2010 (2008)

This document, prepared by the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML), summarizes the 2009-10 literacy services plan for Toronto and the York region of Ontario.

The authors begin by providing an overview of the Literacy and Basic Skills program in Ontario, then go on to provide a localized context for learner demographics and learner profiles.

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2009-07-07

Literacy horizons: A guide for literacy coordinators (2008)

This handbook is intended as an introduction to the literacy field in Saskatchewan and would be a useful resource for any one new to literacy in that province. In addition to general information about literacy, this resource contains specific information about the Saskatchewan Literacy Network, the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network, and adult learning in Saskatchewan.

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2009-03-06

The Joy of Learning (2007)

Fall Issue 2007

With this document, the Colchester Adult Learning Association presents its first educational resource guide. This guide is intended for the citizens of Colchester, Nova Scotia. It contains descriptions of learning resources available in the area, as well inspirational stories from several learners.

The Joy of Learning includes the following sections:

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2009-02-09

Learning for all reasons - Learning for all seasons (2008)

Conference Proceedings Report - 2008

This is a report of the proceedings of the Laubach Literacy Ontario Training, Development and Networking Conference held in June 2008. The goal of this conference was to increase the management strength and organizational capacity of conference participants to achieve Employment Ontario objectives, by increasing knowledge, awareness and understanding, and providing networking opportunities.

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2008-11-24

2008 Literacy Cafés (2008)

Volume 1: Southern Saskatchewan

This is a report on the some of the key items discussed during three Literacy Cafés held by the Saskatchewan Literacy Network in early 2008 in in Regina, Swift Current and Yorkton, Saskatchewan. The purpose of these Cafés was to provide a networking opportunity for literacy stakeholders and to ask for information that would guide the Literacy Network including its conversations and communications with decision makers.

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2008-07-16

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