NEWS and UPDATES
CBAL's Learning 4 Life focused on resources
CBAL celebrated International Adult Learner's Week with the Learning 4 Life event held at Selkirk College, Nelson.
Margaret Sutherland, Decoda was the keynote speaker. Participants chose from four workshops on tutoring, technology, youth, teaching speaking and using technology and social media.
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CBAL on Facebook - Hot topic
Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy
Seniors and social media. CBAL shares Decoda link to CBC's story on this new trend. Are you a senior? Are you connected? CBAL can help.
CBAL on twitter @cbaliteracy
CBALiteracy @cbaliteracy4 May
Here is a link to an American initiative that promotes a message we believe in too. http://www.readaloud.org/ http://fb.me/1JTAKolBw
CBAL Launches Welcoming Communities
CBAL will be providing Immigrant Settlement Services in the communities of Cranbrook, Kimberley, Castlegar, Greater Trail, Nelson and Grand Forks as part of the Welcoming Communities initiative funded by the federal and provincial governments.
Welcoming Communities is a collaborative effort involving many community organizations that will welcome immigrants to our region and ease their integration into our communities.
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our Community pages
for more information.
CBAL Welcomes You
We are this region's not-for-profit literacy organization, supporting our 16 Community Literacy Coordinators serving 77 communities. We ensure there is program access and equitable funding across the regions. CBAL recognizes each community is unique, and works locally to design programs that meet participants' specific needs.
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Benefits of Family Literacy
How to start a book club
CBAL celebrates Family Literacy Day
The Importance of your 20s
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