Recruitment

Retention through Redirection (2002)

Report

The “Retention through Redirection” project extends the retention focus of the “What Works” project. The “Retention through Redirection” project is intended to further support Ontario colleges' retention efforts by building on the “What Works” project. The focus is on all Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) learners who remain in the program but continue to be at risk of failing or dropping out.

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2002-01-01

Retention through Redirection (2002)

Protocol

The “Retention through Redirection” project extends the retention focus of the “What Works” project. The “Retention through Redirection” project is intended to further support Ontario colleges' retention efforts by building on the “What Works” project. The focus is on all Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) learners who remain in the program but continue to be at risk of failing or dropping out.

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2002-01-01

Let's Get Together (1987)

This clearly written handbook on how adult learners can get involved in their literacy program is illustrated with photographs from East End Literacy`s programs.

There is a balance of graphics, photographs and white space. The large print makes the book accessible to learners. Lots of quotes from students who became active at East End Literacy give the book a very personal quality.

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2001-08-01

Creative Outreach Strategies for the 21st Century (2000)

This guide is based on the half-day workshop delivered to the participants at the Community Literacy of Ontario Annual General Meeting and Conference. It approaches the topic of recruiting from a cyclical communications model.

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2001-02-08

Beyond Recruitment: An Online Workshop About Recruitment & Maintaining Volunteers in the New Environment (2000)

Course Manual

This document is a reproduction of the course manual that accompanied an electronic workshop offered in 2000 by Community Literacy Ontario and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. The workshop was designed for anyone working with literacy volunteers.

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2000-11-21

A Guide for the Development of Policies and Procedures in Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies (2000)

This Guide helps community literacy agencies to develop policies and procedures by presenting additional policy development information on some key issues. This volume is offered as a companion to Volume One of the Guide for the Development of Policies and Procedures in Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies. While the material contained in this volume stands alone, it is assumed that most readers have already viewed the first volume.

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2000-09-08

Summary Report (1999)

English Literacy Recruitment in Quebec

The general objective of this project was to identify regional literacy recruitment strategies and identify models for the integration of recruitment strategies into regional literacy programs for the English school boards in Québec. The results of the research are summarised in this document. The first part is an executive summary of the main points of the study.

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2000-07-23

Family Literacy Resource Notebook (1998)

The Ohio Literacy Resource Center (OLRC) has developed The Family Literacy Resource Notebook to provide information to both family literacy providers and organizations who are interested in learning more about family literacy.

The Notebook serves a broad spectrum of users from someone who wants to know what family literacy is all about to a family literacy provider who wants to expand or enrich an existing program.

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1998-01-01

Publicity! (1998)

How You Can Publicize Volunteerism and National Volunteer Week In Your Community

This guide has been developed to help smaller volunteer centres and other voluntary organizations use the media to publicize activities that promote volunteerism at the community level.

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1998-01-01

Guide to Special Events Fund Raising (1998)

The goal of this book is to help Canada's voluntary organizations expand their share of public support and funds, through planning and hosting special events. Special events are probably the most widely used technique to raise money, attract publicity and educate the public. This is a self-help handbook designed to guide the beginner, although experts may also discover new ideas and rediscover basic principles.

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1998-01-01

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