The Learning Networks of Ontario (LNO) is a coalition of 16 regional literacy networks (also called learning networks) located throughout Ontario.

We support

  • literacy and essential skills programming
  • local service planning and coordination

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Have your message understood the first time.  Take the Learning Networks of Ontario Clear Writing Works! online course.

Practitioner Resources

Literacy Practitioners – check out the Resources & Publications pages for hundreds of free resources in various categories.

New!  Soft Skills Resources Website

Vision & Mission

All Ontarian adults have access to quality education and training.

LNO will work collaboratively to

  • support adult education and training across Ontario
  • build capacity through research and the development of resources
  • facilitate service coordination and planning
  • support knowledge mobilization

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Join Pop Up PD for “Lean on Each Other”, an online discussion around supporting adult students during #COVID-19.

Learn more and register at: https://connect.contactnorth.ca/pop_up_2_2020-21/event/registration.html

While we're seeing gradual lifting of #COVID-19 restrictions, individuals and communities are still feeling the impact

An online discussion on strategies and approaches to support learners is taking place June 9th with “Lean on Each Other”
Register today: https://connect.contactnorth.ca/pop_up_2_2020-21/event/registration.html

On June 9th, join Pop Up PD for “Lean on Each Other: Supporting Adult Students During #COVID-19”, an informal, online discussion. Learn more and register at https://connect.contactnorth.ca/pop_up_2_2020-21/event/registration.html

#LiteracyON

You’re invited to “Lean on Me”, a special Pop Up PD for Literacy Educators to discuss ways of helping yourself, learners, staff or members of the community and the impact of COVID-19.

Take part via Zoom using the following link https://contactnorth.zoom.us/j/9069927695?pwd=d1VhcUhmQ3BUTm5OVTREazNYL3NEZz09

#LiteracyON

“Lean on Me” is a chance for literacy educators across the province to discuss ideas and ways of coping with change during this unusual, and sometimes difficult time.

The webinar will take place on Zoom May 7th via https://contactnorth.zoom.us/j/9069927695?pwd=d1VhcUhmQ3BUTm5OVTREazNYL3NEZz09

#LiteracyON

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