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1 Libraries for Literacy Framework Review

2 Libraries for Literacy 2011-14

3 Guiding Principles Equitable and inclusive Community centred Collaborative Sustainable

4 Goals 1.Advocate greater understanding 2.Evaluate the role 3.Raise awareness 4.Build collaborative relationships

5 Priorities for action from the Framework: Social disadvantage Family literacy Digital literacy Effective workforce Advocacy Collaboration

6 SLQ role in literacy Builds capacity Advocates to government Disseminates information Advocates for collaboration Models good governance Showcases effective models

7 Digital Literacies

8 Family and Early Literacies

9 Social Disadvantage Culture Love Together We Grow

10 Literacy Forums 2011 – Living Literacy Forum Bernard Salt 2012 – Expanding Horizons Family Literacy Forum Margaret James 2013 – Read for life: early childhood symposiumRead for life Jay Laga’aia & Dr Susan Krieg

11 Achievements

12 Review Process Internal Working Group External Task Group Queensland Council of Adult Literacy (QCAL) TAFE English Language and Literacy Services Smith Family National Skills Foundation Playgroup Association of Queensland Queensland Parents and Citizen’s Association Sunshine Coast Regional Council Gold Coast City Council Mareeba Shire Council Isaac Regional Council Fraser Coast Regional Council Education Queensland Queensland Public Library Association

13 Review Findings Strengths First of its kind Advocating tool Supported funding applications Performance measures Easy to use Clear definitions

14 Review Findings Weaknesses Lack of ownership of document Too much information embedded in documents Repetition between principles, goals and priorities

15 Review Findings Opportunities Align with new national and state documents and programs (e.g. Great results funding) Address target groups that are missing Improve measurements and data collection

16 Review Findings Threats Changing funding for literacy RTOs requirements for compliance Adult literacy is different to child or family literacy – and perceived to get funding and participants

17 Document structure Principles – same Equitable and inclusive Community centred Collaborative Sustainable Goals, priorities and evaluation – to be reviewed

18 Your role today Provide us with your knowledge and ideas to inform the review process

19 Full bleed vertical image and caption like this. 20 pt arial Image bleed off left hand side, with caption at right

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