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Action for Literacy




If you're interested in any aspect of adult literacy, then we're the Interest Group for you!


Keep abreast of library-literacy activities

AfLIG Convenor Thomas Quigley has created an email group that contains all current AfLIG members' email addresses. Messages are sent out irregularly, and all members are encourage to email each other in this group. Are you a nonmember? Then contact Thomas at thomaqui@vpl.ca for information on how you can keep up with library-literacy activities.


Materials:

Feliciter Volume 49
Number 1 (2003)
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Supplementary material on Literacy Programs in Public Libraries as requested by the House of Commons Human Resources Committee (pdf file) further to CLA's Presentation to that Committee on April 10, 2003
(May, 2003) Libraries and Literacy: Gathering the Evidence
Volume 49, Number 1 (2003) issue of Feliciter guest edited by Dr. Marlene Asselin and Dr. Ray Doiron presented "Libraries and Literacy: Gathering the Evidence." This themed issue presented a strong collection of literacy-themed feature articles from across the country and across various disciplines. Click here to view a copy of Feliciter Volume 49 Number 1.