Networking

2010 Literacy Cafés (2010)

Volume 3: Prince Albert and North

In May 2010, the Saskatchewan Literacy Network held discussions in Prince Albert and La Ronge. As in previous years, the goals of these “literacy cafés” were to provide a networking opportunity for literacy stakeholders and to ask for information to guide the network’s efforts.

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2011-07-08

2009 Literacy Cafés (2009)

Volume 2: Central Saskatchewan

This document summarizes issues discussed during three “literacy cafés” organized by the Saskatchewan Literacy Network in that province in 2009. The cafés provide an opportunity for adult learners and literacy stakeholders to connect and exchange information.

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2011-07-08

Cloud Computing: What is cloud computing and why is it important for Adult Literacy? (2011)

This document is housed on the AlphaPlus server, where it can be downloaded in PDF format.

This report was commissioned by AlphaPlus, a provincially-funded Ontario organization that provides expertise to support adult educators.

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2011-06-16

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

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

Monitoring Tools: Community Literacy Development (2006)

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy

From the Ground Up (FGU) is a project of Research in Practice in Adult Literacy (BC), in partnership with Literacy BC, that helps practitioners develop tools to evaluate their community-based programs and facilitate the reporting process. This document is one in a series that describes monitoring tools that have been developed by different BC communities.

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2008-02-07

What's Gnu? (2005)

College Sector Committee Provincial Conference 2005 Report

What's Gnu? was planned as an inclusive event involving program managers, faculty/classroom support staff, and administrative support staff. The goal of the Conference was to meet the information needs and expectations of all participants.

The conference and provided participants with opportunities to:

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2005-11-14

Canadian Graduate Student Workshop on Literacy and Health Research (2004)

Report

This is a report on a national workshop that took place before the Second National Literacy and Health Conference in Ottawa. Canadian graduate students were invited to apply to attend the workshop and conference and 22 graduate students from across Canada were accepted.

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2005-09-23

Extending Practices...Building Networks (2003)

An Institute on Research in Practice in Adult Literacy

The Institute was held in St. John's, Newfoundland in 2003. Organizers hoped that it would build and strengthen research capacity among literacy practitioners, and build connections among people involved in literacy research in practice across the country.

This report outlines the process of the Institute as a whole, and includes reports which document each of the courses, workshops and inquiry sessions.

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2004-03-01

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