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The Janus Project Workshop: Workshop Program (1997)

New Learning Technologies and Women: A Two-day Workshop to Unveil Recent Research Findings & Discuss the Implications

In 1995, CCLOW developed the Janus Project to examine new communications technologies as they related to women's learning. The Project was conceived in two parts: the development of a discussion paper on issues surrounding new technologies and how they affect women's opportunities to learn, and a two-day workshop to discuss the findings of the paper and identity areas for further work.

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2003-10-09

The Janus Project Workshop: Proceedings (1997)

New Learning Technologies and Women

In 1995, CCLOW developed the Janus Project to examine new communications technologies as they related to women's learning. The Project was conceived in two parts: the development of a discussion paper on issues surrounding new technologies and how they affect women's opportunities to learn, and a two-day workshop to discuss the findings of the paper and identity areas for further work.

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The Education Connection (1980)

Proceedings of a CCLOW conference October 17-19, 1980 where 450 women and men took part in a bilingual conference in Halifax to explore the connection of poverty, aging, career options and rural life with womens' learning needs.

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2003-10-07

Looking Back, Looking In: Reports from Bearing Blossoms...Sowing Seeds (2001)

A Gathering about Literacy Research in Practice

This book is the result of a "Gathering", Bearing Blossoms…Sowing Seeds about literacy research in practice sponsored by the Literacy Coordinators of Alberta, in partnership with the Centre for Research on Literacy, University of Alberta, and The Learning Centre Literacy Association, Edmonton.

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2001-01-01

From the Margins to the Mainstream (2000)

An Action Agenda for Literacy

This report represents the culmination of a year-long process that began with the National Literacy Summit 2000 held in Washington, DC, in February 2000. At that Summit, 150 participants began to craft an action agenda to move adult literacy forward in the 21st century. Since then, over 30 regional and local meetings were held to provide feedback and refine the recommendations contained in the draft agenda.

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2000-11-21

Engagement for Literacy: a Report on the Consultations (1997)

Response to the International Adult Literacy Survey (IALS)

Consultations on the results of the IALS were held in Vancouver, Regina, Toronto and Fredericton. Each involved literacy organizations and stakeholders in the literacy movement. A wide range of professions and organizations were represented at the consultations including community colleges, universities, provincial government, multicultural organizations, chambers of commerce, associations, not-for-profit organizations and consultants.

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1997-01-01

Demystifying Adult Literacy for Volunteer Tutors (1996)

A Reference Handbook and Resource Guide

"Demystifying Adult Literacy For Volunteer Tutors: A Reference Handbook and Resource Guide" is a compilation of some of this background information gathered from a variety of different sources.

Each section ends with a list of references from which the information is obtained.

This Reference Handbook and Resource Guide is intended as a 'tool' for new and more experienced tutors, to provide background information about:

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