ShareIT – Trainers in Literacy and Basic Skills Informal Knowledge Transfer

In the United Kingdom, Austria, Germany, Poland, and Switzerland and other European countries academically backed up qualifications, trainings and modules for trainers in literacy and basic skills provision (reading, writing, numeracy, and use of ICT) have been developed and tested […]

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ELINET – European Literacy Policy Network

The European Literacy Policy Network (ELINET), co-ordinated by the University of Cologne, consists of 79 partners from 28 European countries and aims to analyse and consult on literacy policies at a local, regional, national and trans-national level, raising awareness of […]

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LLIVET – Language and Literacy in Vocational Education and Training

The practice of integrating or embedding language, literacy and numeracy into continuous vocational education and training or contextualising basic skills work in a vocational area has recently been given a renewed focus in the UK, following research and development by […]

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MÖAB – Methods, Instruments and Products of Public Relation in Literacy and Basic Skills.

The partners in MÖAB, a Grundtvig Learning Partnership, will discuss and deal with the following questions: How can people with low basic skills be addressed? How can they be motivated to learning? Which counselling concepts have proven to be successful? […]

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SOMEBA – SOcial MEdia in Literacy and BAsic Skills Programmes

Developments in Social Media over the past years have had an enormous impact on society. Individual daily routines and the way people communicate with each other have started to change through the influence of Social Media such as Facebook our […]

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In.Bewegung III

Since 2005, the Austrian Network of Basic Skills and Literacy has been implementing the project named In.Bewegung (In.Movement). Co-ordinated by inspire and funded by the European Social Fund and the Austrian Ministry of Education, Arts, and Culture,  alltogether 9 Austrian […]

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