Adult Literacy Resources for First Nations Literacy Programs in Ontario

Doehler, Flora
October 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p250
Discusses the Native stream aspect of the AlphaPlus Centre, provider of literacy materials and Web-based supports to literacy programs in Ontario. Importance of the teaching of Aboriginal values and belief systems in literacy programs; Difficulties faced by literacy programs; Development of a distinct collection for the Native adult literacy program; Efforts to increase access to AlphaPlus Native literacy program.


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