Every two weeks our hosts Chris Shee and Jaimie Cudmore from Literacy Quebec explore topics around community building, lifelong learning and literacy for English-speakers in Quebec.
Just in time for Adult Learner's Week! In this episode, we spoke to learners, lunchers, and a researcher about some of the obstacles and creative solutions to gaining different types of literacy skills. We had the chance to present the podcast at Reclaim Literacy's weekly Lunch and Learn.
We discussed digital literacy and access to podcasts with Betty, Ruth and Sylvia. We also had the opportunity to chat and get advice from Jonathan and Lorenzo from CDC Vimont and the Learning Exchange in Laval. Paul Lalonde, a researcher from the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation, speaks with Jaimie in Ottawa about the findings of Frontier College's National report, "Literacy and Essential Skills as a Poverty Reduction Strategy."
And we end the show with the many upcoming literacy events submitted by our member organisations. We are still looking for runners and volunteers for the charity run in Montreal on April 27th!
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Frontier College's Report https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Social Research and Demonstration Corporation http://www.srdc.org/
RECLAIM Literacy http://www.reclaimliteracy.ca/
CDC Vimont http://swlaurier.virtuo.ca/en/Our_centres_25/0/2.html
The Learning Exchange https://tleliteracy.com/
Gaspésie Literacy Council (GLC) https://www.facebook.com/Gaspésie-Literacy-Council
Quebec City Reading Council http://www.qcrc.org/events
Literacy Unlimited https://www.facebook.com/events/590947948047730/