Literacy networks

What Really Matters in Family Literacy? (2008)

A Saskatchewan-based, Interorganizational Research Project

In this short document, the Saskatchewan Literacy Network discusses an interorganizational research project that is being undertaken on family literacy and family literacy programs in Saskatchewan. The authors present information on the project by addressing the following questions:

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2008-05-08

Marketing Ourselves (2008)

A resource guide for Ontario's community literacy agencies

This document is a resource guide on marketing strategies intended for Ontario’s community literacy agencies. Community Literacy of Ontario created this guide as part of a project that it had undertaken in response to requests from the field for useful marketing strategies, tools and resources.

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2008-04-29

Bridging the Digital Divide in Atlantic Canada Communities (2001)

This report outlines the research and findings of a project undertaken to provide
1. a deeper understanding of the impact on communities as Atlantic Canada shifts towards an information/knowledge society;
2. an investigation into how the CAP/CLN programs create opportunities or problems, for community groups and organizations;

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2003-08-13

Networking With Organizations Serving Persons With Special Needs (2002)

Literacy Link South Central Community Development Project, A

This report describes a community development project carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) in Ontario in 2001-02.

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2003-03-17

Youth and Literacy Partnership Models (2002)

Literacy Link South Central recognized a need to create clear written materials for youth and youth service providers. This led to an exploration of an ongoing partnership between literacy services and youth service providers

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2002-10-03

It Simply Makes Us Better (2002)

Learning from Literacy Research in Practice Networks

This document is a resource for people interested in adult literacy research in practice, a term that refers to literacy research conducted by or with people directly engaged in adult literacy teaching and learning.

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2002-09-23

Conferences: Who's Organizing Whom? (1986)

This article discusses how conferences are traditionally structured, and provides examples of how participants can become disappointed based on the conference agenda. Finally, it proposes to reverse the traditional approach of using the conference to establish a network.

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1990-01-01

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