Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network

Various authors, Mar 02, 2004
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network (CLLRNet) has launched a new website. The purpose of CLLRNet "is to generate, integrate and disseminate bias-free scientific research and knowledge that is focused on improving and sustaining children's language and literacy development in Canada." Founded with a 4-year, $14.2-million grant from the Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program, the network involves more than a hundred researchers across Canada. Based at the University of Western Ontario, the purpose of the network is to "improve language and literacy skills in Canadian children." It would be nice to see the Network create an RSS feed to distribute news, research and information about language and literacy in Canada.
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