Surveys

Riding the Technology Wave (2000)

Experiences of adult literacy students and teachers in Ontario

This study looked at students’ and teachers’ perspectives on the effectiveness of computer technology in teaching basic literacy skills.

The study looked at four specific issues: the extent to which literacy students and teachers used computers and the Internet; how students and teachers responded to computer technology; whether they found it useful for reading, writing and math; and the benefits and challenges they saw.

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2010-12-07

Employer-Sponsored Training in Canada: Synthesis of the Literature using Data from the Workplace and Employee Survey (2007)

Report

This report presents a review of studies and articles on employer-sponsored training in Canada. The authors reviewed all documentation that used data from the Workplace and Employee Survey (WES) and, based on that review, have presented a synthesis of the current state of knowledge.

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2010-10-26

Essential Skills Survey of Renfrew County (2009)

This survey was carried to determine why workers affected by plant closures and layoffs in Ontario’s Renfrew County weren’t enrolling in programs offered by the area’s literacy and basic skills (LBS) agencies.

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2010-08-24

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Kirkland Lake (2001)

This is a brief study written in 2001 that extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors among youth learners with the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project in Kirkland Lake. The survey examines a 25 year old adult. This report also gives the reader an idea of why this particular person is in the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project as well as anecdotal data and responses.

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2009-08-19

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Chapleau (2001)

This is a brief study written in 2001 that extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors among youth learners with the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project in Chapleau, Ontario. The survey examines a small number of youths ranging in age from 15 to 24 and from varying backgrounds.

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2009-08-19

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Tri-Towns (2001)

This is a brief study written in 2001 that extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors among youth learners with the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project in Tri-Town, Ontario. The survey examines a small number of youths ranging in age from 16 to 17 and from varying backgrounds.

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2009-08-12

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Wawa (2001)

This is a brief study written in 2001 that extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors among youth learners with the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project in Wawa, Ontario. The survey examines a small number of youths ranging in age from 15 to 26 and from varying backgrounds.

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2009-08-12

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Kapuskasing (2001)

This is a brief study written in 2001 that extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors among youth learners with the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project in Kapuskasing, Ontario. The survey examines a small number of youths ranging in age from 16 to 19 from varying backgrounds.

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2009-08-12

New Brunswick Directory of English-Language Community-Based Literacy Programs - Survey Report (2009)

This report is part of a project that was initiated by the New Brunswick Department of Education. The department provided funding for the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick to design and conduct a survey of English-language, community-based literacy programs. The purpose of the survey was to help determine areas of greatest need for investment and to inform school districts of the community-based programs within their districts.

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2009-03-26

Mapping the Field of Family Literacy in Canada (2008)

MCL Environmental Scan

The Movement for Canadian Literacy (MCL) provides a forum where people from provincial/territorial and national organizations can work together to identify, discuss and address issues of common focus. This project, Mapping the Field of Family Literacy, reflects MCL’s goal of building consensus, growing capacity and maintaining a commitment to family literacy.

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2009-02-24

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