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Title: Guidelines for Library-Based Literacy Programs
Authors: IFLA Literacy and Reading Section
Keywords: Subject::Literacy and reading
Subject::Reading programmes
Subject::Reading promotion
Issue Date: Apr-2003
Publisher: IFLA
Abstract: The IFLA Section on Literacy and Reading is pleased to present some practical suggestions for library staff who would like to help our society become more literate. We believe that libraries are uniquely situated to promote literacy. Libraries may develop and staff their own programs or they may support literacy projects sponsored by other organizations. The aims of these practical pointers are: 1.) To encourage libraries to become involved in literacy programs; 2.) To serve as an informal checklist for evaluating library-based programs that are already in place
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