Project evaluation

Measures of Success: Workplace Literacy and Essential Skills Initiatives (2011)

Research Framework

This report is part of a project designed to test a model for measuring the long-term impact of workplace literacy and essential skills (LES) training programs in Manitoba and Nova Scotia.

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2013-03-27

Evaluation of the ACE for Distance Delivery Startup (N.D.)

Progress Report

In the winter of 2007, the College Sector Committee (CSC) and its partners launched a project designed to provide Adult Continuing Education (ACE) training online in both English and French to 300 learners across Ontario.

In this progress report, the author describes the project’s start-up, including the course development and test instructional phase.

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2010-12-03

TIES 2 Work - The First Year (2010)

2009 Update

This is the report on the first year of a three-year demonstration project called TIES 2 Work, funded by the New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. It facilitates matches between employers and potential employees through 12 weeks of job-specific, essential-skills training, which results in employment at a minimum starting wage.

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2010-02-17

Starting Your Project Guide (2008)

This guide provides information to help groups and organizations get off to a good start with their project. The first section, "Working with People," looks at the importance of developing good relationships with partners, staff and funders. Section two covers communication plans. The third section offers information on how to develop an evaluation plan and includes an evaluation worksheet and tools.

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2008-09-19

Project Planning Guide (2008)

This resource offers advice to community groups on how to develop a project plan. Successful project planning involves meeting and working with people in the community, assessing community needs and making a plan to make things better. This guide includes information on topics related to project planning, activities that will help groups with their planning, and worksheets that can be copied and completed to help with planning.

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2008-09-17

Supporting Smoother Transitions (2008)

Evaluation Report

The Peterborough Native Learning Program, an adult literacy community-based program in Ontario, works with individuals who have their sights and hearts set on getting decent, meaningful jobs, providing training so that they are ready to write the grade 12 equivalency test or the last level of upgrading at the local college.

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2008-07-25

Nova Scotia Seniors for Literacy Project (2001)

Final Report

The Nova Scotia Seniors for Literacy Project was undertaken by the Nova Scotia Senior Citizens' Secretariat and funded by the National Literacy Secretariat, Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC) in partnership with the Nova Scotia Department of Education. An advisory committee of representatives with an interest in the literacy needs of seniors provided support and guidance (Appendix 1).

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2006-05-15

Organizational Assessment and Project Evaluation Workshop (2004)

This is a summary of a 2004 Workshop held in Charlottetown PEI for the Atlantic Canada Literacy Coalitions. The workshop was designed to help attendees improve proposals, projects and organizations and improve the knowledge, skill and practice in organizational and evaluation planning.

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2005-10-06

On the Right Track - Building Community Capacity for Family Literacy (2004)

Evaluation of Family Literacy Programming in the NWT

This report looks individually at each literacy initiative in which the NWT Literacy Council was involved over a three-year period, namely:
1. Family Literacy Training Institutes
2. Community family literacy projects and outreach support for family literacy providers
3. The family learning kits.

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2004-11-16

Evaluation of Project L.O.V.E. (2003)

Tough Challenges: Great Rewards

The goal of this project was to conduct a formative evaluation of Project L.O.V.E. (Let Older Volunteers Educate), using qualitative methodologies, to determine the effectiveness and value of this program to both Island children and seniors. This was accomplished by developing and delivering a questionnaire to students, teachers and Project L.O.V.E. volunteers.

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2003-07-14
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