Literacy Across the Curriculumedia Focus

Author/contributor
Title
Literacy Across the Curriculumedia Focus
Volume
17
Issue
1
Pages
1-2
Date
n.d.
Language
en
Rights
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Extra
Number of pages: 2
Notes

Article titles:

  • Does it matter what we call it?
  • Conclusions of the government response to “raising adult literacy skills: the need for a pan-Canadian response”
Citation
The Centre for Literacy of Quebec (CFL). “Literacy Across the Curriculumedia Focus” 17, no. 1 (n.d.): 1–2.
Geographical area
Contributing CKOL partner

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Centre for Literacy (CFL)

Founded:
1991; dissolved 2015

Constituents:
Educational institutions; policymakers; organizations providing educational services; organizations providing employment services, working with youth or with marginalized populations; cultural organizations; hospitals and health care centres; general public.

Website:
http://www.centreforliteracy.qc.ca/

Activities:
Learning events on topics connected to the field of adult literacy and essential skills, including the annual Summer and Fall Institutes; workshops, lectures, symposia around the training and information needs of community partners; action research projects, publications, and library services.

Former / Alternate Name:
Centre for Literacy, Montreal; The Centre for Literacy of Quebec