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ABC Life Literacy Canada
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ABC Life Literacy Canada

ABC Life Literacy Canada specializes in public awareness campaigns, and provides promotional support to local literacy groups. It is also the founder of Family Literacy Day, a national initiative that promotes the importance of reading and learning together as a family.
Advancing Workplace Learning (AWL)

Advancing Workplace Learning (AWL)

This research project investigates and shares successful models and features of workplace education adopted by employers across Canada. A joint initiative of ABC Life Literacy Canada and the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network, the AWL project aims to inform employers about effective training and workplace practices that can enhance the essential skills of employees and create a culture of learning.
ArrowMight Canada Ltd.

ArrowMight Canada Ltd.

ArrowMight Canada is a team of 20 education specialists including First Nations, Inuit and Métis consultants. They collaborate with IPLAC (Instituto Pedagogico LatinoAmericano y Caribeno) to deliver an at-home, cost-effective adult literacy program that enables English-speaking Canadians, Aboriginals and immigrant students to achieve their life goals.
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada

Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada

As the national voice for Canadian universities, AUCC represents 97 public and private not-for-profit universities and university degree-level colleges. Its mission is to foster and promote the interests of higher education and university research. AUCC participates in the development of public policy to find solutions to the economic and social challenges facing Canada.

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)

This website serves as the single Government of Canada point of reference for credible and sanctioned information about Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL). The information on the website currently includes a link to the law, key facts, frequently asked questions, information about the Spam Reporting Centre, and how the law will be enforced and administered.
Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA)

Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA)

As the only national organization dedicated to the recognition of prior learning (RPL), CAPLA has developed considerable expertise in a wide range of areas connected to PLAR. Its network of practitioners, advisers and assessors can be found in communities in every province and territory in Canada.
Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE)

Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE)

The CASAE/ACÉÉA network, established in 1981, is a vibrant and energetic organization that provides a supportive network for graduate students, faculty members, researchers and practitioners who are engaged in adult education.
Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE)

Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE)

The mission of the association is to enlarge the scope and quality of educational opportunities for adults at the university level by enhancing the stature and expertise of those institutions and individuals devoted to providing those opportunities.
Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers

Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers

The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT) is a not-for-profit professional association dedicated to promoting the advancement of second language teaching and learning.
Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC)

Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC)

CAWIC is a not-for-profit organization formed to enhance the success of women in the Canadian construction industry. Its mission: “to facilitate the success of women in the Canadian construction industry by uniting our voices, knowledge and resources through the passion of our members and the women we inspire.”
Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL)

Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL)

The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL) is the only Canadian centre that delivers easy-to-use, money management training to low-income groups. It works through partnerships with community-based social agencies in an effort to bring about positive change. CCFL’s goal is to educate Canadians to make informed decisions about their money and the financial resources available to them.
Canadian Commission for UNESCO

Canadian Commission for UNESCO

The Commission is an arm's length consultative forum that advises the Canadian Government on its relations with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and co-ordinates UNESCO activities in Canada.
Canadian Construction Women (CCW)

Canadian Construction Women (CCW)

CCW provides members with opportunities for support, mentoring, networking, community involvement, learning and development. CCW acts as a resource about construction and exists to attract and retain women in the industry.
Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA)

Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA)

The CCHRA is the national voice on the enhancement and promotion of the HR profession across Canada. Its work is carried out through established and credible designations, collaborating on national issues related to the profession, leading federal government relations, and proactively positioning the national human resources agenda at the international level.
Canadian Council on Learning (CCL)

Canadian Council on Learning (CCL)

DISBANDED -- The Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) is an independent, non-profit corporation that promotes and supports research to improve all aspects of learning across the country and across all walks of life. CCL has identified five key areas of learning that require attention, and to ensure these areas are addressed from a pan-Canadian perspective CCL has created five regionally based knowledge centres to support these themes.
Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD)

Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD)

The CCSD is one of Canada's most authoritative voices promoting better social and economic security for all Canadians. A national, self-supporting, non-profit organization, the CCSD's main product is information and its main activity is research, focussing on concerns such as income security, employment, poverty, child welfare, pensions and government social policies.
Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS)

Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS)

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS) is a national, non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for all individuals who have Down Syndrome.
Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling

Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling

The Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC) is a charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development. CERIC supports the creation of career counselling-related research and professional development for a cross-sectoral community through funding project partnerships and strategic programs.
Canadian Education Association (CEA)

Canadian Education Association (CEA)

The CEA is the network for leaders in education. Leaders depend on us to look at the latest trends and to connect them with the most innovative ideas and important research focussing not only on Canada but internationally as well.
Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP)

Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP)

The Government of Canada funded the Association of Canadian Community Colleges to develop and implement this program (CIIP) which prepares newcomers for economic integration while still in their country of origin. CIIP helps newcomers gain employment that reflects their skills, credentials and experience, so that they can contribute their full potential as quickly as possible to the Canadian economy and society.
Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA)

Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA)

The Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA) is a diverse network of people from across Canada and around the world interested in promoting research, discussion and education in the field of work, labour, employment and industrial relations.
Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network

Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network

This organization is dedicated to bringing together scientists, clinicians and the literacy and language communities to address a targeted need for Canadian research in Early Childhood Development. The Network organizes Canadian researchers from various disciplines studying early language, communication, and literacy development.
Canadian Library Association (CLA)

Canadian Library Association (CLA)

The mission of the Canadian Library Association is to provide leadership in the promotion, development and support of library and information services in Canada for the benefit of Association members, the profession and Canadian society.
Canadian Literacy and Learning Network

Canadian Literacy and Learning Network

This national organization promotes literacy and essential skills for English Canadians through networking, research, government liaison and learner development. In addition, through communication and collaboration, it helps to support the people and organizations involved with adult literacy education.

Canadian National Institute For The Blind

Canadian National Institute For The Blind

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) is a national voluntary agency providing services to individuals across Canada for whom loss of vision is a central problem in personal and social adjustment. The CNIB also acts as a consultant and resource agency to the helping professions, government departments and private industry.
Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education

Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education

The Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education is a network of people from a range of stakeholders in education that is creating knowledge and disseminating it across the country to increase the ability of the educational community to ensure successful academic and social outcomes for all students. The partnership is comprised of people with expertise in leadership, varied research methodologies, and diverse theoretical approaches; experience working with diverse partners and stakeholders; and a range of approaches to and contexts for knowledge mobilization.
Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy (CRISP)

Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy (CRISP)

CRISP is a multi-disciplinary research organization dedicated to: conducting policy research aimed at improving the education and care of Canadian children and youth, contributing to the training of social scientists in quantitative research methods, and supporting low-income countries in their efforts to build research capacity in child development. CRISP is based at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) in Fredericton.
Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE)

Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE)

The Canadian Society for the Study of Education is the largest organization of professors, students, researchers and practitioners in education in Canada. A bilingual organization, CSSE is the major national voice for those who create educational knowledge, prepare teachers and educational leaders, and apply research in the schools, classrooms and institutions of Canada.
Canadian Society for Training and Development

Canadian Society for Training and Development

The Canadian Society for Training and Development is a national, not-for-profit, membership association serving the field of workplace learning and performance. CSTD has more than 2,000 members drawn from the public, private, non-for-profit and labour sectors. If you are involved in training and development in Canada, CSTD offers you a unique opportunity to stay on top of this dynamic industry.
CanLearn Interactive

CanLearn Interactive

CanLearn is the Government of Canada source for interactive information and tools designed to help you save, plan and pay for post-secondary education. Learn how to apply for a student loan, how to repay your student loan and how to save money early on for your child’s education after high school.
Careers in Trades.ca

Careers in Trades.ca

What are the trades? Why choose the trades? An initiative of the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum and Skills Canada, this website was created to help you discover the facts about a career in the skilled trades and how an apprenticeship can help you earn while you learn.
Centre de documentation sur l'éducation des adultes et la condition féminine (CDÉACF)

Centre de documentation sur l'éducation des adultes et la condition féminine (CDÉACF)

The Centre collects, distributes and makes available diverse information and knowledge from Quebec and other francophone areas of Canada, in the fields of literacy, adult education and the status of women.
Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks

Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks

The Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB) is the national standard setting body for the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC). The CCLB supports and promotes the use of these national standards in educational, training, community and workplace settings.
Centre for Literacy
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The Centre for Literacy

The Centre for Literacy is a pan-Canadian, Montreal-based centre of expertise in the areas of adult literacy and essential skills. It supports best practices and informed policy development in literacy by creating bridges between research, policy and practice.
Centre for the North

Centre for the North

The Centre for the North is an initiative of the Conference Board of Canada whose goal is to bring Aboriginal leaders, businesses, governments and community advocates together to identify challenges and opportunities, and to decide how those challenges can be met. In consultation with Roundtable members and Northern stakeholders, the centre delivers cutting-edge research and provides a vibrant forum for discussion on issues facing Canada's North.
Centre for Workplace Skills

Centre for Workplace Skills

The Centre for Workplace Skills is a business-labour led organization working collaboratively to encourage better participation and investment in skills development in Canada’s workplaces. The Centre promotes and facilitates the exchange of knowledge to address key workplace skills development issues.
CIVIX

CIVIX

CIVIX is a national, charitable organization whose mission is to grow young Canadians into engaged, committed and active citizens. The organization provides experiential learning opportunities to help young Canadians practise their rights and responsibilities as citizens. Instead of studying about democracy, they experience it first-hand with pertinent issues in real time.
CLB-OSA: Assess Your Canadian English Online

CLB-OSA: Assess Your Canadian English Online

The CLB-OSA is an online self-assessment tool for people who are interested in assessing their English as a Second Language (ESL). These tests are based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and will assess your language proficiency in reading and listening.
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP)

Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP)

CEP union education provides new members and activists with the basic knowledge and skills they need, helps experienced activists and leaders acquire specialized information and abilities, and fosters a spirit of solidarity and activism.
Conference Board of Canada, The / Education and Learning Department

Conference Board of Canada, The / Education and Learning Department

The education and learning department helps leaders work together to develop a skilled and innovative society that will prepare Canadians for today’s knowledge-based economy. Members conduct leading-edge research, facilitate dialogue, recognize excellence and communicate results, creating maximum impact and change in Canada’s educational practices and policies.
Copian
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Copian

For almost a quarter of a century Copian has been an innovative leader in connecting Canadian literacy and learning organizations, in both official languages, to information, tools, expertise and each other through the use of technology.
Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) is an intergovernmental body founded in 1967 by the ministers of education. Its goals are to serve: as a forum to discuss policy issues; a mechanism through which to undertake activities, projects, and initiatives in areas of mutual interest; a means by which to consult and cooperate with national education organizations and the federal government; and an instrument to represent the education interests of the provinces and territories internationally.
Curriculum Services Canada

Curriculum Services Canada

Curriculum Services Canada is Canada's leading Standards Agency for the evaluation of educational resources.

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Directory of Canadian Adult Literacy Research in English
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Directory of Canadian Adult Literacy Research in English

A comprehensive database containing Canadian research in adult literacy from 1994, as well as research in progress.

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Employment and Social Development Canada

Employment and Social Development Canada

Employment and Social Development Canada works with Canadians to develop policies that will help them use their talents, skills and resources to participate in learning, work and their community. The federal department creates programs and support initiatives to help Canadians move through life's transitions: from school to work, from one job to another, from unemployment to employment, and from the workforce to retirement.
Encyclopedia of Language and Literacy Development

Encyclopedia of Language and Literacy Development

This web-based resource was developed by the Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network to help provide answers to questions about children's language and literacy – answers that are based on relevant and up-to-date research presented in an easily accessible format.

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Family Service Canada

Family Service Canada

Family Service Canada is a national not-for-profit organization that promotes learning and the exchange of expertise through the dynamic relationships between executive leaders of family-serving organizations in Canada.
Federated Women's Institutes of Canada

Federated Women's Institutes of Canada

The objectives of this group are to: provide a united national voice for Women's Institutes of Canada; initiate national programs and to provide resource material; provide a medium of inter-communication among the units of the Federation; provide leadership in the promotion of Canadian agriculture and other aspects of community living; and develop responsible citizens through the study of issues of national and international importance.
Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences promotes research, scholarship, creative activity and learning. It serves as a national voice and public policy advocate for Canada’s scholars, students and practitioners in the humanities and social sciences.
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is an independent body working to protect and inform consumers of financial products and services. The federal government’s lead agency on financial education and literacy, the FCAC was established to strengthen oversight of consumer issues and expand consumer education in the financial sector.
Financial Literacy Month

Financial Literacy Month

Financial Literacy Month (November) is a full month of activities and events that highlight the need for increased financial literacy in Canada, as well as the programs, services and tools that help Canadians improve their knowledge, skills and confidence in making the best financial choices for themselves. The observance is organized by the Financial Literacy Action Group, a coalition of seven non-profit organizations, working in collaboration with the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.
First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project (FIMESIP)

First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project (FIMESIP)

The First Nations, Inuit and Métis ES Inventory Project’s goals are to better understand the state of practice with respect to ES initiatives tailored to First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth and adults living in diverse communities throughout Canada and to share these insights and lessons learned with the larger community of practice. Through FIMESIP, its creators have identified factors (Markers of Promising Practice) that contribute to the success of ES programming and resource development.
Frontier College
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Frontier College

Frontier College has been responding to the literacy needs of Canadians since 1899. Its national network of volunteers teaches literacy skills through the Student Centred Individualized Learning method. Other programs include Campus Programs (Students for Literacy) and the Labourer-Teacher Program.

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Getting Online
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Getting Online

Through the GO Project, Athabasca University and its project partners hope to bring about heightened awareness in the literacy community of the use and value of distance and online education for training and professional development purposes. The site includes interactive, online training courses and independent learning modules.

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Indspire

Indspire

Indspire is a national charity that is dedicated to raising funds that deliver programs and provide the necessary tools for Indigenous peoples, especially youth, to achieve their potential. Formerly known as the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, Indspire serves Indigenous students across Canada, from major urban centres to remote communities, and all people: First Nation, Inuit and Métis. The new name combines the words “Indigenous” and “inspiration” with the tagline “Indigenous education, Canada’s future.”
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK), formerly Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, is an advocacy organization and the national voice of 55,000 Inuit living in 53 communities across the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (Northwest Territories), Nunavut, Nunavik (Northern Quebec), and Nunatsiavut (Northern Labrador) land claims regions. Founded in 1971, ITK represents and promotes the interests of Inuit on a wide variety of environmental, social, cultural and political issues and challenges facing Inuit on the national level.

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Junior Achievement of Canada

Junior Achievement of Canada

For over 55 years, as the largest youth education organization in Canada, Junior Achievement (JA) has been inspiring and preparing more than 4 million youth to succeed in an ever-changing global economy. Last year alone, more than 226,000 students, in 400-plus communities, benefited from JA programs that were delivered by over 13,500 dedicated business mentors who presented in excess of 232,000 hours of instructional time.

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LangCanada - English as a Second Language

LangCanada - English as a Second Language

This website contains educational resources which will help teachers, students and adult learners in teaching and learning English as a second official language.
Language & Literacy: A Canadian Educational E-Journal

Language & Literacy: A Canadian Educational E-Journal

Language & Literacy is an online journal for educators interested in a broad range of literacy issues encompassing research and teaching in multimedia, print and oracy.
Language Portal of Canada

Language Portal of Canada

The Language Portal of Canada is a website that showcases Canadian expertise in the area of language. It informs readers about Canadian resources including online language tools; articles and writing tips; word games and exercises (the Well Written, Well Said section); a collection of links to language-related works and sites (the Discover section); and Canadian writing tools and content produced by governments, universities and others. Information is available in English and French, and in some Aboriginal languages.
Learning and Violence
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Learning and Violence

This website features practical ideas to make it easier to teach and learn when you or people you work with are faced with violence or hard times. You will also be linked to people and organizations that are exploring violence and learning through research and practice. Most of the information is Canadian and from the adult literacy field.
Learning for a Sustainable Future

Learning for a Sustainable Future

Learning for a Sustainable Future is a Canadian non-profit organization whose mandate is to work with educators from across Canada to integrate the concepts and principles of sustainable development into the curricula at all grade levels.
Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada

This website provides information about the collection and services of Library and Archives Canada, as well as direct access to their online resources.
Lifelong Learning for Literacy Practitioners (LLLP)
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Lifelong Learning for Literacy Practitioners (LLLP)

The LLLP website offers valuable information, resources and links to support literacy practitioners in their ongoing training and learning needs. If you are new to the literacy field or if you are an experienced practitioner, the LLLP website has tools, resources and training links to enhance your skills.
Literacy and the Police: Target crime with literacy

Literacy and the Police: Target crime with literacy

This project aims to make police officers more aware of the nature of the problems caused by low literacy in the community; of the contribution of literacy training to crime prevention and lower recidivism; of the effects of literacy deficits in the criminal justice system; and of the challenges to successful communication caused by low literacy.
Literacy Without Borders

Literacy Without Borders

Literacy Without Borders (LWB) is a federally incorporated charity that helps communities identify, develop and deploy sustainable and effective literacy programs that improve quality of life for their people. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, LWB brings together compassionate individuals who believe in the value of literacy and who want to help communities around the world achieve the levels of literacy that they desire.

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MediaSmarts

MediaSmarts

MediaSmarts (formerly known as Media Awareness Network) is a Canadian not-for-profit centre for digital and media literacy. Its vision is that young people have the critical thinking skills to engage with media as active and informed digital citizens.

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National Reading Campaign

National Reading Campaign

In 2008 a group of volunteers, including writers, teachers, librarians, parents and publishers, got together to talk about a nationwide way to make Canada a country of readers. The group has grown and organized three national summits which provided an opportunity to learn about the national reading plans around the world, to discuss the best of the many innovative programs already in place in Canada, and to use this information as a base for developing a National Reading Plan. What have you read today?
Northern Alliance for Literacy and Essential Skills (NALES)
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Northern Alliance for Literacy and Essential Skills (NALES)

The Northern Alliance for Literacy and Essential Skills (NALES) is a research and capacity-building initiative of northern Canada’s three territorial literacy organizations — Ilitaqsiniq-Nunavut Literacy Council, NWT Literacy Council, and Yukon Literacy Coalition. It shares knowledge and resources, fosters local innovation and research, and supports a literacy and essential skills network across Canada's North. Its core purpose is to strengthen LES development to improve labour market outcomes in northern communities.

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Partnerships in Learning
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Partnerships in Learning

This website looks at the learning paths of workers with low literacy skills in different types of workplace education programs across Canada. The site features seven case studies written by field researchers and whose stories represent the relatedness of formal and informal training for workers with low skills. The section Fostering Partnership Development examines strategies used to engage business, labour, literacy practitioners and provincial/ territorial governments.
PGIs for Literacy
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PGIs for Literacy

The Peter Gzowski Invitationals (PGIs) for Literacy were founded by the late Canadian broadcaster and journalist Peter Gzowski. His goals were to raise much-needed resources for the thousands of adult learners who struggle with the challenge of low literacy, and have a lot of fun in the process. Held annually in every province and territory, the PGIs have raised more than $12 million net since 1986.

PIAAC: Building Canada’s Skills Advantage

PIAAC: Building Canada’s Skills Advantage

The Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) is an initiative of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Foundational skills, sometimes referred to as competencies, are important for succeeding in society and participating in today’s economy. PIAAC assessed the foundational skills of populations in 24 countries including Canada, in 2012-2013. Results of the surveys will be released on October 8, 2013.
PIAAC in Canada

PIAAC in Canada

The Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) measures skills in literacy, numeracy and problem solving in technology-rich environments (PS-TRE) among youth and adults between the ages of 16 and 65, in 24 countries and sub-national regions. In Canada, more than 27,000 people were surveyed to allow findings at both the pan-Canadian and provincial and territorial levels as well as among off-reserve Aboriginal peoples, immigrants and official-language minorities.
Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a project of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) designed to provide policy-oriented international indicators of the skills and knowledge of 15-year-old students. PISA aims to assess to what degree students approaching the end of their compulsory education have acquired some of the knowledge and skills that are essential for full participation in society.
Project Aspiro

Project Aspiro

Project Aspiro is a comprehensive career planning and employment resource for individuals who are blind or partially sighted. You’ll find everything you need to achieve your career goals including career planning advice, information about education, profiles of people enjoying meaningful careers, and much more. There’s also a range of valuable information for friends and family, service providers and employers.

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Recognition for Learning (RFL)

Recognition for Learning (RFL)

Recognition for Learning (RFL) is the Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment’s (CAPLA’s) online community of practice dedicated to the recognition of prior learning (RPL) or prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR). CAPLA is the national voice for prior learning assessment and recognition in Canada. Its goals are to advance the assessment and recognition of learning and promote the improvement of RPL/PLAR practice in Canada.
Réseau pour le développement de l'alphabétisme et des compétences (RESDAC)

Réseau pour le développement de l'alphabétisme et des compétences (RESDAC)

Formerly the Fédération canadienne pour l’alphabétisation en français (FCAF), RESDAC groups together francophone literacy organizations in different areas of Canada. The organization helps to develop essential skills by offering a variety of activities for representation, awareness and promotion. It also offers practitioner training through its Réseau des formatrices et formateurs en éducation des adultes (network for practitioners in adult education).

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Social and Holistic Approach to Numeracy

Social and Holistic Approach to Numeracy

This website was prepared as part of a two-year project led by the Labour Education Centre in partnership with the Canadian Union of Public Employees and Workplace Education Manitoba. Features include sample activities developed by practitioners and the team leading the project in addition to practitioner and learner feedback on the benefits and challenges of using this approach to numeracy.
Statistics Canada

Statistics Canada

Statistics Canada, a member of the Industry Portfolio, produces statistics that help Canadians better understand their country — its population, resources, economy, society and culture.

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Teacher of Adults: Literacy Educator Certificate Program
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Teacher of Adults: Literacy Educator Certificate Program

The Certificate Program has been designed to address the training needs of adult literacy educators. Whether you are new to the literacy field or a "seasoned" practitioner, you will find these courses challenging and stimulating. The Certificate Program will give you the opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge to meet the needs of today’s adult literacy learners.
TESL Canada

TESL Canada

TESL Canada's mission is to promote excellence in the teaching and learning of English as a second or additional language in partnership with its constituent provincial and territorial associations, and like-minded national and international organizations.
Tutela.ca

Tutela.ca

Tutela.ca is a national online repository and community for Canadian ESL and FSL professionals. As a repository, it contains learning activities, worksheets, templates, teacher training resources, curriculum guidelines, policy and management documents, research papers and more. As a community, Tutela offers interactive technologies to support ongoing collaboration and sharing, and builds community through special interest groups, a calendar of events, survey tools, postings of training/job opportunities, wikis and news feeds.

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Vanier Institute of the Family

Vanier Institute of the Family

The Vanier Institute of the Family, established in 1965 under the patronage of Governor General Georges P. Vanier and Madame Pauline Vanier, is a national, charitable organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of Canadian families. It is governed by a volunteer board with regional representation from across Canada.

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Working in Canada

Working in Canada

This website provides job seekers, workers and those new to the Canadian labour market with the information required to make informed decisions about where to live and work. The site informs Canadians about what jobs will be required in the long term and what the skills/educational requirements will be for those jobs.
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