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Skills for Life Resource Collection Planned for Tees Valley

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A collection of Skills for Life resources is planned to be housed in the Learning Resource Centre at the University of Teesside

Learning and Skills Council Tees Valley are funding a collection of Skills for life resources to be kept within the Learning and Resource Centre of Teesside University.


The collection will include a wide range of the latest books, CD ROMs, publications and practical equipment for working with adults to improve literacy, language, numeracy and IT skills. Items from the collection will be available for loan by anyone enrolled on a University of Teesside course or for reference by anyone with an interest in the field of adult literacy, language, numeracy or IT.


If you would like to recommend a resource that you have used that you think should be included within the collection please email Caryn Loftus, Basic Skills Consultant caryn.loftus@ntlworld.com by the 19th January.


Details of the launch of the collection to follow.

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