The ABQLA, a non-profit voluntary association of library personnel and friends in the province of Québec, provides a network for its members' mutual support. It services the community through education, advocacy and communication.
The Queens Learning Network is an adult upgrading program for adults who have been out of school for at least one year and are 19 years old or over. Some people are working on basic literacy skills while others may be at a junior high or high school level working on such things as Algebra, basic Biology or Physics, Canadian Social Studies or computer use.
The Quality In Lifelong Learning (QUILL) Network is one of 16 regional literacy networks in Ontario funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. QUILL works closely with government-funded literacy and basic skills agencies that deliver free upgrading opportunities for adults who are without the basic literacy skills needed to succeed in the home, community and workforce.
quizmeBC is an interactive engine designed to help students practice for their provincial exams. Here, you'll find a database of questions from the last two years' provincial exams for Biology 12, Chemistry 12 , Principles of Math 12 and Physics 12.
The literacy program at this Training Centre consists of free one-to-one tutoring or small group learning for union members in Winnipeg and Brandon. They also have individual tutoring with community based programs in smaller towns across Manitoba. Some of these members have gone on to the adult high school program offered by the centre.