Introduction and acknowledgements / Sources
In order to address the omissions and to acknowledge PLAR as an ever-evolving field, NALL and the Canadian Labour Force Development Board, one of the research network members, are putting this bibliography on-line at the CLFDB's PLAR website (http://www.plar.com), where it will be searchable and up-datable. To oversee the updating, a review committee composed of Douglas Myer, PLA Centre, Halifax (email@example.com) and Sherman Waddell, Royal Roads University, Victoria (firstname.lastname@example.org). The on-line version of the bibliography will allow researchers, educational institutions, governments, trade unions, or community organizations to reference their publications, policies, and position statements in the collection of titles. We envision the bibliography of PLAR-related resources as a living document. A limited number of printed copies is being made available to organizations with limited access to on-line resources.
We are grateful for the cooperation of ERIC and ONTERIS on the use of their abstracts. We also acknowledge with thanks the support of SSHRCC for underwriting the NALL network and making this project possible.
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