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Literacy.ie

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Literacy.ie is a new website developed by the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) that aims to bring together all NALA’s existing sites and provide the most comprehensive information on the current literacy issue in Ireland.

The suite of NALA websites at www.literacy.ie includes:

www.nala.ie

The website of the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA). NALA is an independent membership organisation.

www.literacytools.ie
Literacy Tools is for adults who would like to improve their spelling, reading and numeracy skills.

www.rug.ie
The official website for the television programme The Really Useful Guide to Words and Numbers.

www.writeon.ie
This area explains more about Write On, a new interactive web site for adults wanting to improve their reading, writing and numbers skills.

To visit all the sites, just go to www.literacy.ie

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