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RAPAL Annual Conference 2006, Glasgow

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Transforming Literacies – a conference to examine the impact of literacies practices, critical perspectives and action research on our work

Conference 2006 in Glasgow
Transforming Literacies
Date: Friday 23rd to Saturday 24th June 2006


The Conference will examine the impact of literacies practices, critical perspectives and action research on our work.

Whether you’re a learner, practitioner, researcher – whatever your interest in literacies – you’re invited to come to Glasgow. Workshops will be organised around the following four themes:

Literacies and Poverties

What is the impact of literacies on poverties in their many forms and contexts?

Action Research

How Action Research affects literacies practices, methods, theories and policies?

Policy and Practice links

What are the tensions, challenges and benefits when literacies theory, policy and practice come together?

Critical Literacies

Do critical perspectives help transform everyday literacies?

All workshop themes are intended to promote a diversity of exchange, participation and contribution from different cultures, sectors, disciplines and professions.


For further information and a booking form, vist the RAPAL website.


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