Credit Where Credit’s Due: Recognising Literacies Learning

Lyn Tett, Frances McLennan, Vivien Edwards

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

This project sought to identify and evaluate how ALN partnerships and networks have developed their approach to accreditation to ensure opportunities for all literacies learners.

The objectives of the project were:
• to map the approach and extent of accreditation of adult literacies learning
• to determine potential barriers to accreditation
• to identify potential support/training needs within partnerships and networks in relation to accreditation
• to identify existing good practice and effective structures which support the accreditation of learning
Original languageEnglish
PublisherScottish Government
Commissioning bodyScottish Executive
Number of pages67
ISBN (Electronic)9780755958849
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jan 2009
Externally publishedYes

Fingerprint

accreditation
credit
learning
best practice

Cite this

Tett, L., McLennan, F., & Edwards, V. (2009). Credit Where Credit’s Due: Recognising Literacies Learning . Scottish Government.
Tett, Lyn ; McLennan, Frances ; Edwards, Vivien. / Credit Where Credit’s Due : Recognising Literacies Learning . Scottish Government, 2009. 67 p.
@book{94c6ba1a7f8e4c4d94381188ed65da7d,
title = "Credit Where Credit’s Due: Recognising Literacies Learning",
abstract = "This project sought to identify and evaluate how ALN partnerships and networks have developed their approach to accreditation to ensure opportunities for all literacies learners.The objectives of the project were:• to map the approach and extent of accreditation of adult literacies learning• to determine potential barriers to accreditation• to identify potential support/training needs within partnerships and networks in relation to accreditation• to identify existing good practice and effective structures which support the accreditation of learning",
keywords = "adult literacy, adult numeracy, education, teaching",
author = "Lyn Tett and Frances McLennan and Vivien Edwards",
year = "2009",
month = "1",
day = "28",
language = "English",
publisher = "Scottish Government",

}

Tett, L, McLennan, F & Edwards, V 2009, Credit Where Credit’s Due: Recognising Literacies Learning . Scottish Government.

Credit Where Credit’s Due : Recognising Literacies Learning . / Tett, Lyn; McLennan, Frances; Edwards, Vivien.

Scottish Government, 2009. 67 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

TY - BOOK

T1 - Credit Where Credit’s Due

T2 - Recognising Literacies Learning

AU - Tett, Lyn

AU - McLennan, Frances

AU - Edwards, Vivien

PY - 2009/1/28

Y1 - 2009/1/28

N2 - This project sought to identify and evaluate how ALN partnerships and networks have developed their approach to accreditation to ensure opportunities for all literacies learners.The objectives of the project were:• to map the approach and extent of accreditation of adult literacies learning• to determine potential barriers to accreditation• to identify potential support/training needs within partnerships and networks in relation to accreditation• to identify existing good practice and effective structures which support the accreditation of learning

AB - This project sought to identify and evaluate how ALN partnerships and networks have developed their approach to accreditation to ensure opportunities for all literacies learners.The objectives of the project were:• to map the approach and extent of accreditation of adult literacies learning• to determine potential barriers to accreditation• to identify potential support/training needs within partnerships and networks in relation to accreditation• to identify existing good practice and effective structures which support the accreditation of learning

KW - adult literacy

KW - adult numeracy

KW - education

KW - teaching

UR - https://www.webarchive.org.uk/wayback/archive/20180517003414/http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2009/01/08141330/0

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - Credit Where Credit’s Due

PB - Scottish Government

ER -

Tett L, McLennan F, Edwards V. Credit Where Credit’s Due: Recognising Literacies Learning . Scottish Government, 2009. 67 p.