Canadian Council on Learning (CCL)

Integrating Equity, Addressing Barriers: Innovative Learning Practices by Unions (2009)

Second Edition, Updated and Expanded

This is a revised version of a document of the same name published in 2007 which is available at: http://library.copian.ca/item/6446.

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2011-02-16

Final Report on Adults with Literacy Challenges and Adult Immigrants and Refugees: Summary (2007)

This document grew out of a Health and Learning Knowledge Centre (HLKC) consultation organized by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2005. The meeting saw the establishment of working groups to concentrate on health-related issues for identified priority groups, including adults with low literacy skills and immigrants and refugees.

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2011-01-04

Taking Stock of Lifelong Learning in Canada 2005-2010: Progress or Complacency? (2010)

Background Report

This report brings together information presented in Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) publications over the five-year period ending in 2010.

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2010-11-16

In from the margins: Promising practices and possibilities for health and learning (2009)

From a working forum for health, literacy, and early childhood practitioners

This report includes more than 30 promising practices submitted and approved by the delegates attending a two-day forum entitled “In from the Margins: Promising Practices and Possibilities for Health and Learning,” held in Richmond, B.C., in March 2009.

The authors note that the promising practices appear as they were submitted and have not been evaluated by the working groups that organized the forum.

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2010-11-01

In from the margins: Promising practices and possibilities for health and learning (2009)

Forum reflections report

This report provides a detailed account and analysis of a two-day forum entitled “In From the Margins: Promising Practices and Possibilities for Health and Learning,” held in Richmond, B.C., in March 2009.

The authors say they hope this report can be a resource for other organizations trying to address the health of marginalized adults and their families.

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2010-11-01

State of E-learning in Canada (2009)

The authors of this report say that Canada, because of its strong telecommunications infrastructure and widespread access to the Internet, is well positioned to reap the benefits of e-learning. However, despite this strong foundation, Canada is starting to slip behind several other countries in this sector.

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2010-06-30

Promising Practices and Programs in Aboriginal Languages (2009)

The authors of this document set out the standards for evaluating the success of Aboriginal language programs, then apply those standards to a specific program.

The authors note that Aboriginal learning has three foundational themes based on place, spirit and Aboriginal language that form the base of indigenous knowledge. Promising practices in Aboriginal languages must address the three foundational themes.

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2010-05-26

The 2010 Composite Learning Index: Five Years of Measuring Canada's Progress in Lifelong Learning (2010)

The Composite Learning Index (CLI) is an annual measure of Canada’s progress in lifelong learning, based on statistical indicators that reflect the many ways Canadians learn.

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2010-05-26

State of Learning in Canada: A Year in Review (2010)

2009-2010

This document aims to provide the most current information on the Canadian learning landscape, to paint a picture of how Canadians are faring as lifelong learners. The document also includes highlights from the report on the State of Aboriginal Learning in Canada: A Holistic Approach to Measuring Success (2009), which was the first application of a comprehensive approach to measuring Aboriginal Learning in Canada.

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2010-04-30

Summary: Community Outreach Initiative (2008)

Francophone Community Outreach Report

This document summarizes the report prepared by the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre (AdLKC) after a series of in-person meetings and teleconferences with official-language minority groups in Atlantic Canada. The object of the exercise was to build awareness of the AdLKC; identify the main challenges faced by stakeholders in the field of adult learning; and propose concrete measures for moving forward.

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2010-04-20

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