Bibliographies and Glossaries
This website is included in “Gateway to Diversity”, a partnership initiative with employers and employees, facilitated by the Government of Ontario (Equal Opportunity Project at the Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation). This site contains a library with summaries of PLAR entries available in hardcopy.
Contact: Felicity Corelli, (416) 326-6261.
The ALICE Database holds information on organisations, legislation, research, European funding, and professional journals in the field of non-formal adult education in Europe. It is a dynamic information service that keeps on growing. Today (July -98), the database contains about 2000 records covering 15 countries and regions in Europe.
Contact: Johanni Larjanko
Citations from the ERIC Database
The role of EURYDICE, the Information Network on Education in Europe, is to promote the exchange and the production of reliable and comparable information on education systems and on national policies in the field of education in Europe. It contributes to increasing mutual understanding and cooperation between the 15 Member States of the European Union.
Index of English Terms. Prepared by the Canadian Information Centre for Informational Credentials.
Index in French: http://www.cicic.ca/pubs/guidfri.htm
(November 1999) This bibliography, prepared by the New Approaches to Lifelong Learning (NALL) research network, provide a thorough and representative sample of the different types of available publications and resources on prior learning assessment and recognition in Canada and abroad.
Contact: Luis Barnola, (416) 923-6641 ext. 2392.
A Database of Best Practices in Teaching and Learning in BC's Post Secondary System at Langara College. QuERI provides easy in-depth analysis and access to a wide variety of educational topics, formats and solutions to educational challenges. QuERI is also designed to maximize the BC investment in knowledge and skills by promoting excellence in instruction and raising awareness of exemplary material developed by BC educators.
Contact: Linda L. Hale, (604)-323-5660, fax: (604)-323-5577.
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