We are launching a series of Digital Technologies E-Bulletins dedicated to exploring, discussing and sharing our ongoing research and observations related to digital technologies and the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework (OALCF).
AWENS’ Board of Directors, in response to widely perceived needs, is undertaking a series of networking sessions around the regions. The first was held in the Valley and two more are in the planning stages (and may already have taken place by the time you read this). We hope that others will follow in the other three regions.
This issue of Literacy Express from CLLN is a showcase for practitioners. It features occupational task profiles, a course review, OLES tools and information about the CLLN online forum for adult educators.
Topics covered in this E-Communiqué are Funding Increase to Literacy and Basic Skills Programs in the 2011 Ontario Budget; Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework - CLO’s Implementation Training; Important Online Survey to Help MTCU Better Understand the Technology Needs and Operating Environments in LBS Agencies; and much more!
In this E-Communiqué, Community Literacy of Ontario looks at two Employment Ontario
programs that are helping some laid-off workers gain the upgrading and skills training they
need to re-enter the workforce: Rapid Re-employment and Training Service and Second