LR/RI produces a bulletin roughly every
to three weeks in order
to inform area practitioners of news, events, and calls for
and also as a forum for posing questions, issues and discussion topics.
The current bulletin is posted below. To read previous bulletins, go to
Archives. To receive the bulletin via email, contact LR/RI.
March 16, 2006
Calls for participation, employment, funding,
and conference and workshop
and other resources. To post information, and/or to receive
the bulletin via email, please contact LR/RI or leave a message at
- March 23rd at the Genesis Center, 620 Potters Avenue,
Providence, at 2:30 p.m.. Please join us; we’re bringing
activities that we like (and can think of adapting to various levels of
NEW ROOTS PROVIDENCE Training Series
- training and technical assistance to help organizations strengthen
management structure, develop new sources of funds, and create vibrant,
healthy partnerships. http://www.provplan.org/matriarch/MultiPiecePage.asp_Q_PageID_E_109_A_PageName_E_nrtainings
ESL Teacher Share on Integrating Computers,
Tuesday, April 11th from 2:00 to 3:30
All teachers are invited to join this hands-on share of teaching ideas
that integrate computers into the curriculum. The share will be
held in the Technology Lab at the South Providence Branch of the
Providence Public Library, 441 Prairie Avenue, Providence,
RI. On-street parking is readily available. If you
plan on attending, please RSVP to Karisa Tashjian, Rhode Island Family
Literacy Initiative (RIFLI) at firstname.lastname@example.org. This share
is sponsored by a mini-grant from LR/RI and RIDE.
ESOL workshop, Victoria Richter April
14th, 12:30 - 4, Rochambeau Branch library, Hope St, Providence
20-lesson interactive curriculum for beginner level students taught by
a novice teacher. The curriculum includes minute-by-minute lesson
plans, activities, handouts, games, TPR sequences, etc. Victoria
will introduce and walk through rhe curriculum, and, a copy will be
given to each participant or program. Reservations required: deadline
April 7. Lunch is provided. To register, e-
mail to Victoria at Victoria_Richter@brown.edu
Stores + Three Days! Barnes & Noble Stores across Rhode Island are
holding a statewide Book Fair
to benefit Reading Across Rhode Island on March 30, 31 and April
Simply download the voucher available at the RARI website and bring it
to any of their three locations in Middletown, Smithfield or Warwick on
the book fair dates. Give the voucher to the cashier as you make your
purchase; the amount you spend will be recorded on the voucher and a
percentage of all these net sales will be donated to Reading Across RI.
The stores will also be hosting special events on the dates below.
Download the voucher http://www.readingacrossri.org/documents/voucher.doc
: use one and share the other two with friends!
THURSDAY, 30 March, 7. PM Barnes and Noble in Middletown -Local Authors
Reception Signing and Discussion - See the calendar at http://www.eradingacrossri.org/
FRIDAY, March 31, 7 pm Warwick Barnes & Noble Store
Book Discussion - Librarians Joyce May of East Providence Public
Library and Cynthia Trainer of Warwick Public Library will lead a Book
Discussion on Shadow Divers. Come talk about the book AND support
Reading Across RI through your participation in the Book Fair
APRIL 1, 10.30 am at the Middletown Store
APRIL 1, 2:30 pm at the Smithfield Store Discussion & Storywriting
Join Providence Journal Red Sox Reporter and Children's Writer, Steve
Krasner at Barnes & Noble for an improvisational story writing
session with parents & kids on the Red Sox, and the upcoming
season. Let's read, write and talk ball. -Louise B. Moulton,150 Empire
St., Providence, RI 02903 401.455.8134; email@example.com
United Way needs volunteers to review grant
applications in the areas of Children, Youth and Families and Safety Net Services for our
Community Impact Fund.
Perhaps you or someone you could recommend would like to help us select
those agency programs that would provide the best services and get the
best results for our funds. The responsibilities of a review committee
member include: Attending a two-hour training session at United Way;
Reading and rating 5 to 10 proposals; Participating in one or two
meetings with finalists, or attending 3 5 site visits, and
Participating in 2 or 3 decision-making meetings where finalists are
chosen and funding recommendations made. The training will be held in
March and the review itself will be spread over the months of April,
May, and early June.
Here at United Way we have successfully used community volunteers and
representatives from our donor companies to choose the agencies and
programs to receive our grants. Although the work takes some time and
effort, our review committee members have consistently been very happy
with their experience. And of course, their help is invaluable to us.
If you are willing to serve on one of our review committees, we would
appreciate it if you could choose the program area you are interested
in by filling in the information below. Please call or email Emily
Milot (401-444-0625 or firstname.lastname@example.org ) if you have questions.
Readers for grants in the two
named categories can not be readers. Thank you for your support.
United Way of Rhode Island Proposal Reviewers - 2006 VOLUNTEER
Position / Title (if applicable): __________________
Company Name (if applicable):
Preferred Mailing Address:
Telephone #: _______________________
Fax #: ______________________
E-Mail : ________________________________________
Please list your first,and second choice of proposal area that you
would prefer to review. If you are a staff member, board member or
consultant to an organization applying for a grant, you may not be a
reviewer in that particular area.
________Children, Youth and Families__________Safety Net Services
Current Non-Profit Organization Board, Staff, or Consulting
Past Non-Profit Organization Affiliation(s):
Other Non-Profit Volunteer Experience:
minigrant projects are underway – read about them at http://www.brown.edu/lrri/minigrant0506.html.
The fourth annual RI Adult Educators
Conference will be held on May 11, 2006. http://www.brown.edu/lrri/conference06.html
The conference aims to bring together a range of voices and knowledge
and to further opportunities for area adult educators to share ideas
and learn with one another. We look forward to your being part of
this process. To register for the conference, please contact
Yvette Kenner at (401)
861-0815, or email email@example.com. The conference will
again be held at the Airport Radisson in Warwick. The
registration fee is $25 per person, and scholarships are available.
Deadline for registration is April 30th.
ALE Wiki: Katrina - families,
literacy, access and community
TRANSITION TO COLLEGE FOR NON-TRADITIONAL
Project RIRAL's TRANSITION TO COLLEGE is accepting students for the
fall 2006 session. Registration and Placement Testing will
be held on Saturday, April 29 at 10:00 AM, 175 Main Street Pawtucket,
RI (Pawtucket Visitor's Center bldg. - 2nd floor, across from Slater
Mill). Detailed directions and information about the program are on
their website: http://www.transitiontocollege.org/.
Please contact Marie if you know someone who may be interested in
enrolling in the fall 2006 session, which starts mid August.
Adults Returning to College - TRANSITION TO COLLEGE is seeking
volunteer mentors and/or tutors to support their non-traditional adult
students as they prepare for the rigors of college. Over three dozen
TTC graduates have been mentored during their post-secondary
educational journey, which has demonstrably impacted our students
retention and persistence. As one student proclaimed about his mentor,
My mentor knows which buttons to push to have me challenge myself to
become more pro-active and self-confident . . . She is a friend, a
teacher, a cheerleader, and a role-model. If you are interested in
Mentor and/or Tutor, please contact Marie@transitiontocollege.org or
Online Mini-Course - Reaching Adult
Learners through Multiple Intelligences and Differentiated Instruction
Expand your understanding of multiple intelligences theory and
differentiated instruction, and learn how to apply them at all levels
of Adult Basic Education and ESOL. Drawing on course readings and
discussion, participants will develop their own MI-based lesson units
guidance from the instructors. This six-module online course is
designed for educators who already have a rudimentary understanding of
Instructors: Silja Kallenbach, Co-Director and Wendy Quinones, Teacher
Researcher, Adult Multiple Intelligences Study The course will be
offered over six weeks, beginning in May 1, 2006. Fee: $149 per
person. For more information, contact Silja Kallenbach, New
England Literacy Resource Center/ World Education, tel.
617-482-9485 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Other online courses: The Center for
Literacy Studies at the University
of Tennessee, and the Ohio Literacy Resource Center at Kent State
University announce spring 2006 distance learning courses.
of each course, as well as start dates, are posted at http://www.aeprofessional.org.
Each course is a carefully-paced, facilitated training opportunity for
adult ed professionals, and has been piloted, reviewed, and offered
previously to excellent reviews. - Bill McNutt, Technology Coordinator,
opportunities - large and less large
Healthy Neighborhoods Awards 2006
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island is offering mini-
grants to schools, non-profit community agencies, and organizations to
promote health initiatives
contributing to healthier life styles in their neighborhoods.
Successful proposals must address all of the
1.Name of organization/school, including its mission and services
2.Description of the ethnicity, income levels, language, and cultural
diversity of the population
3.Description of the project for which you are requesting the funding.
4.Who will be served by this project?
5.What health need or service is the organization trying to address or
6.Provide detailed information on how the funds will be used to impact
the health of the
7.Project timeline. When will the project start? End?
8.Where will the project take place?
Please submit proposals by May 15th, 2006
Proposals should not be any longer than two typewritten pages in
length. These health grants will range from $150 - $500 dollars. A
community panel of judges will judge the proposals. Mini grants will be
awarded based on need and health initiatives fostering healthy
lifestyles. Incomplete proposals will be disqualified. Please submit
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island Healthy Neighborhoods Awards
Ingry L. Lenderman
299 Promenade Street Providence, RI 02908 Or fax: 401- 459-6175 or
The CTC VISTA Project http://www.cpcs.umb.edu/vista
is pleased to announce that we are being renewed for a 7th consecutive
year, in recognition of our excellent work as the most popular project
in the entire AmeriCorps online recruitment system. We anticipate being
to place 50 AmeriCorps*VISTA members in community technology centers
and a wide range of nonprofit organizations across the country that are
using and seek to use information and communications technology in
supporting low-income communities and the groups that work with them.
While the majority of these placements will take place at the end of
AUGUST, we anticipate that we will be able to place a small group in
JUNE, and want to let you know about this immediately, since finalized
organizational applications for these placements are due in mid-APRIL.
Revised guidelines will be posted shortly. In the meantime, please
review the current project basics http://www.cpcs.umb.edu/vista/projectbasics.htm
for a general idea of what to expect, and send a preliminary indication
of your interest and intent to apply to Paul Hansen at
email@example.com - Paul Hansen, Director, CTC VISTA Project College
of Public and
Community Service University of Massachusetts/Boston 100 Morrissey
Blvd. Boston, MA 02125-3393
617.287.7122 (v) 617.287.7274 (fax)
Technology Grant News: 2006 Opening New Territory with Technology
Cash Grant for Higher Ed Faculty (adult education educators in schools,
cbos, corrections, volunteer programs, etc. are also eligible to
apply). Deadline: May 30, 2006 http://www.technologygrantnews.com
The $500. cash grant
is to be used for computer software or equipment for a project or goal
that opens "new territory" for the applicant's field of study, school,
profession or community. In addition, 25 subscriptions to Technology
Grant News will be awarded to applicants. A 1-2 page description of the
project or goal is required, explaining how or what the computer
software or equipment will be used for. Projects and goals will
considered in all subject matters. The cash grant will be awarded based
on usefulness of the project or goal to the field of study, the school,
profession, or to the public. The 1-2 page description should be
to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 30, 2006. The winner
will be given the opportunity to write about the proposed project or
goal for an article to be featured in Technology Grant News. The award
will be announced in June 2006.
Latino Dollars for Scholars invites
you to apply for our 2006-2007 scholarships Eighteen scholarships will
be awarded to Latino students who live in Rhode Island and will be
pursuing an undergraduate degree at an institution of higher education.
Visit http://www.ladori.org to apply Deadline April 15, 2006
More information online, email: email@example.com, or call (401)837-7152.
LATINO DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS Box 6764 Providence, RI 02940
opportunities from PEN Weekly
NewsBlast, (from Pen Weekly Newsblast; To view
past issues of the PEN Weekly NewsBlast, visit: http://www.publiceducation.org/newsblast_past.asp
Hasbro Children Foundation grants to support the development and/or
expansion of programs for children. Maximum Award: $500-$35,000.
Eligibility: Programs must provide direct services to children under
age 13. They must serve children and families who are economically
disadvantaged. They must be innovative and provide a model from
whichothers can learn.
Deadline: N/A. http://www.hasbro.org
The Allen Foundation supports educational nutrition programs, with
priority given to training programs for children and young adults to
improve their health and
development. Maximum Award: Past grants haveranged from $2,000 to $1
Schools and schooldistricts should partner with local nonprofits to
form nutrition education
programs. Deadline: Ongoing.
The UPS Foundation funds volunteer management, hunger and
The federal government's new one stop grant site:
The Poverty & Race Research Action
(PRRAC) announces another round of education reform grants in areas of
social science research. PRACC is particularly interested in
such as high classroom turnover/mobility and its disproportionate
on low-income, minority, and farm worker students. However, other
issues will be considered as well. To apply, send PRRAC a
outlining the planned research and methodology, the advocacy work it is
designed to support, a budget, timeline, and qualifications of the
Maximum grant: $10,000. No application deadline. http://www.prrac.org/grants.htm
Funding Solutions for Small Nonprofit
A collection of resources to help small nonprofit organizations
including ways to motivate your board, sample fundraising letters,
advice, and tips to improve your direct mail solicitation. http://www.nonprofit-innovations.com/
Genesis Center is interested in adding to its substitute list. If you
are an ESOL instructor who is interested in occasional work as a
substitute, either day, evening or Saturday hours, please call Nancy
Fritz or Pat Clarkin at 781-6110.
Jobs in Literacy –
nation wide postings on the National Institute for
Literacy’s LINCS site: http://www.nifl.gov/cgi-bin/lincs/jobs/jobs.cgi
you would like your name added to the general
please see contact LR/RI. The list needs to be updated so that it
can function more usefully for teachers and programs hoping to work
Rhode Island Community Jobs (RICOMJOB) is a
list that seeks to raise the profile of meaningful work in Rhode Island
by helping non-profit and public interest employers publicize openings
effectively. Anyone seeking a job that makes a difference in Rhode
can join the list. Any non-profit, government or private sector
advertising a paid position related to the public interest or community
concerns can post a free job listing. Positions must be paid but
may be part-time, full-time or temporary.
To join the list as a job seeker or to post a job as an
Rhode Island Community Jobs is supported by the Swearer
Service at Brown University and the Rhode Island Campus Compact.
If you have questions about this service, please contact us at
/ resources available
results of a survey on the impact of Focus on Basics on its readers is
available on the NCSALL Web site at http://www.ncsall.net/?id=29#27
The findings were overwhelmingly upbeat. The 292 readers who completed
the survey report that Focus on Basics has had a positive impact in the
following ways: It has influenced their beliefs about adult basic
It has helped them feel connected to the larger education community as
It has contributed to the development of communities of practice.
It has enabled them to make a connection between research and practice.
It has provided them with concrete ideas they have used to change their
programs and practice.
Four in-depth interviews with professional development providers are
included as well.
Read the report to find out more about how the publication is and can
be used as a professional development tool. - Kaye Bealll Outreach
Coordinator/NCSALL Dissemination Projectl World Educationl 4401 S.
Madison St. Muncie, IN 47302 Tel: 765-717-3942 Fax: 208-694-8262 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.ncsall.net
The Council for Advancement of Adult
Literacys report, THE ROLE OF CORPORATE GIVING IN ADULT LITERACY, grows
out of a study funded by the Verizon Foundation and coauthored by Gail
Spangenberg and Forrest Chisman.
It examines the role and impact of corporate giving in adult literacy
at both the national and local levels. The study -- which includes
findings from a web-based survey of local literacy programs --
concludes that ∑ corporations play a critically important funding role
in adult literacy, supporting innovation and other essential activities
at both the national and local levels that would otherwise go unfunded.
Its role is particularly important to national leadership organizations
and, at the local level, to programs services offered by
community-based organizations, literacy councils, and libraries --
organizations and programs that do not depend primarily on funding from
public/governmental sources. The study concludes that corporations have
good reason to be proud of their role. It urges current corporate
donors and the general corporate community to consider the benefits of
philanthropy in adult education and literacy -- because the strength
and quality of this system bear directly on the nation's well-being and
economic competitiveness. It also discusses special issues that
corporate donors might consider in planning and assessing their future
giving roles. The report provides a framework and baseline of
information for understanding corporate philanthropy in adult literacy
as well as a basis for increased dialogue among corporate donors and
literacy leaders. It also signals a need for grantor and grantee
organizations to better communicate and document their expectations and
outcomes. The report is available at no charge in PDF form from the
CAAL website at http://www.caalusa.org.
However, voluntary donations to CAAL to help offset production costs
will extremely helpful and welcome. (CAAL is a nonprofit organization.)
Bound copies of the report are also available directly from CAAL at $10
each plus postage for a simple spiral-bound version, or $25 a copy plus
postage for a higher-end bound version. Phone 212-512-2363 to place an
Practitioner Toolkit: Working
Learners - provides support and resources to adult education
and family literacy instructors who are new to serving adults and
learning English and provides a variety of materials to help
meet the language and literacy development needs of the ELL students
serve. These include responses to Frequently Asked Questions, a
orientation guide, lesson plans, research-to-practice papers on English
language and literacy learning, and an annotated list of English and
language assessments in use. On the Center for Adult English
Acquisition Web site, the Index page at http://www.cal.org/caela/elltoolkit
allows you to select and download the entire document or to select and
download topics of interest as needed. The toolkit is made
by a grant from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education, US
through DTI Associates, and is a collaborative effort between the
Center for Family Literacy and the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL)
If you have comments or questions about the Practitioner Toolkit,
contact Lynda Terrill at email@example.com.
Google Scholar enables searches for
peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical
reports from broad areas of research. Use Google Scholar to find
from a variety of academic publishers, professional societies, preprint
repositories and universities, as well as articles available across the
web. Google Scholar orders search results by how relevant they
to your query, so the most useful references should appear at the top
the page. This relevance ranking takes into account the full text of
article as well as the article's author, the publication in which the
appeared and how often it has
been cited in scholarly literature. Google Scholar automatically
and extracts citations and presents them as separate results, even if
documents they refer to are not online. This means your search results
may include citations of older works and seminal articles that
appear only in books or other offline publications. http://scholar.google.com/
Living in Poverty slideshow does
does it take to live at the poverty level.
RI Foundation online scholarship
directory - searchable by city/town,
intended field of study, current high school, and more. http://scholarship.rifoundation.org/
YouthBuild USA Learning Network has
links to Web sites and
documents, and includes a section on "Authentic Materials/Engaged
Learning/Constructivism/Contextual Learning/Project-based Learning." http://www.youthbuild.org/learningnetwork/professionaldev.html
Providence Community Resource Network
Spanish language version of PCRN is up and running.
can access the site from the PCRN home page, http://www.provplan.org/pcrn,
or go to http://www.provplan.org/pcrnespa.
The Web pages, online instructions, and the content of the database
all been translated.
and workshops - conferences and workshops
listed chronologically and are updated with each bulletin
Rhode Island - Training/events around
for people with disabilities http://www.ric.edu/uap/training.html
The Rhode Island Special Interest Group of
MATSOL invites you to attend Meeting the Challenge of Special ELL
Populations, Rhode Island College, Student Union (2nd Floor), Saturday,
March 25, 9:00-12:30
Registration Fee: $3.00 for RI SIG of MATSOL Members $5.00 for
Non-Members, sponsored by: Ellie Pinansky, Representative Pearson AGS
Globe Publishers Curriculum Materials and Assessment Tools for
Struggling Learners in Grades 6-12
Registration: RSVP by March 22 and state your breakout session to
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
9:00-9:30 Book Exhibit, Registration, Greeting and Networking
9:30-10:30 Opening Session: Accurately Identifying English Language
Learners with Special Needs - Andreia Ferreira, Veronika Komonczy and
Michael Miller, Providence Public Schools Specialists in ELL Special
10:50-12:10 Break Out Sessions Please choose one of the four
workshops listed below to attend; state your choice when you register.
- Understanding the Social and Academic Needs of Newly Resettled
African Refugee Students - Sandra Vines, Caseworker, Refugee
Resettlement Program, International Institute of Rhode Island
- Serving Students with Limited Formal Schooling: The Newcomer Program
Model- Murkje DeKoe and Leonarda Urena, ESL Teachers, Newcomer Academy,
Providence Public Schools
- How to Serve Small and Scattered Populations of ELLs- Christine
Byrne, ELL Coordinator, Westerly Public Schools; Elizabeth D‚Abbraccio,
ESL Coordinator/Specialist, East Greenwich and Jamestown Public
Schools, Maureen Logan, PD Coordinator, Westerly Public Schools, Patty
Kirwan, ESL Teacher, North Kingstown Kathy Mellor, ESL Teacher, North
- Techniques and Strategies for Teaching ESOL Literacy to Adults- Janet
Isserlis, Literacy Resources/RI
(the Commission on Adult Basic Education) and the Texas
for Literacy and Adult Education invite proposals for presentation at the 2006
National Conference, Houston April 26-29, 2006, http://www.coabe06.org
The 12th Annual International
Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed Conference, May 18-21,
Chapel Hill, NC Join us for this unique gathering of people committed
to libratory education, community action, and interactive theatre for
social change. We invite you to submit a proposal to present at
the workshop; to register to attend, for guidelines, information and/or
to submit your proposal online: http://www.ptoweb.org
- deadline for submission: January 9. Augusto Boal will
conduct pre-conference workshops May 15-18, and Michael Rohd will
conduct a post conference workshop "Devising Performance:
Collaboration, Engagement and Dialogue" on May 21-22. Featured guests
include Augusto Boal, Lilia Bartolome, Geneva Gay, Linda Parris-Bailey
(with Marquez Rhyne) and Michael Rohd.. - Ellie Friedland, Board
president Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed
14th Annual LD Conference Thursday,
Marriott Hotel in Farmington - full details at http://www.crec.org/cetes/atdn/programs/disabilities/ld_conf/
or call (860) 247-2732
From Erik Jacobson,
Chair, J. Michael Parker Award Committee - The National Reading Conference's
(NRC) 56th Annual Meeting will take place in Los Angeles, from
November 29 to December 2. The conference covers a range of
literacy related topics, including adult literacy. Information is
available at http://www.nrconline.org/.
I encourage adult literacy researchers to join the dialogue at
the meeting and to consider submitting proposals. In addition, to
encourage research on adult literacy, NRC has established the J.
Michael Parker Award, given to graduate students and
untenured professors who present research on adult learning or
education at the annual meeting. Information and submission
guidelines at http://www.nrconline.org/pdf/2006callforproposals.pdf
other events and
TESOL worldwide calendar of events http://www.tesol.org/isaffil/calendar/index.html
from previous bulletins: REMINDERS,
SABES Resource Lists Available.
Reid [full message here]:
As you might know, Massachusetts now has a rigorous, stand-alone ABE
teacher's license. SABES, the System for Adult Basic Education
is a state-wide staff development system funded by MassDOE.
Ö[S]months ago I asked if NLA subscribers were interested in
SABES build resource lists, by standard, in support of teachers seeking
the new license here in Massachusetts. Many of you helped out,
you, and we've also worked with small groups of people locally to build
these 29 lists, now with over 150 resources--books, articles, websites,
and videos. The lists are now available on SABES's license
support website at http://www.sabes.org/license.
You can get quickly to the lists by clicking on the "new resources
link under What's New, or at any time by using the resources link on
bottom of every webpage. When you arrive at the chart listing the
29 standards, click on any standard to go to the resource list we've
for it. The lists are annotated; with the annotations,
who wish to improve their knowledge and skills in respect to a
standard can be more assured they're getting the resource they want or
need. If the resource can be viewed or downloaded on the Net,
provided a link.
Additionally, we want to improve these lists, so please
if you'd like to suggest additions or changes. BTW, the full list
of resources is also collected in a ProCite bibliography file, so if
use that software and would like to have your own "instant" database,
me know and I'll email you the file. As stated earlier, SABES is funded
by the Massachusetts Department of Education. To avoid confusion,
the website is not an official DOE site but rather one of SABES's means
of supporting license-seeking teachers in our state. Links to
DOE webpages, however, are provided on the site.
breathe - everyday yoga at your desk. http://www.mydailyyoga.com/yoga/everyday_yoga.html
what do you think? LR/RI has had an online survey
forever. Previously, those who may have come across the survey
asked to copy and paste it into an email message, or to print it and
it. Thanks to the brilliant technical support and inservice
provided by Brown University, the survey can now be completed on
I'd be grateful if you could please take the time to complete it.
While occasional word comes back about the work LR/RI has done, this
attempts to be somewhat more systematic in considering the work that's
done and the work that needs to be accomplished. Please complete
the survey at http://www.brown.edu/lrri
down and click on the link to the survey. If you lack web access
and wish to complete the survey, please contact LR/RI to receive one
snail mail or fax.
Please contact LR/RI if you have information, questions or
to share with adult educators in Rhode Island. Bulletins go out at
twice a month; more frequently when there's more to share. To
information for the next bulletin, please contact LR/RI by phone
mail (PO Box 1974, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912) or email.
back to LR/RI