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

Clear Writing Works! Online Course

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! What’s New in Apprenticeship

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


Today is International Plain Language Day! Today we show our support in promoting the use of plain language within Canada. This year's theme is access for All starts with plain language. To learn more visit @PLAIN_Lang_Intl

Today is #SkillsforSuccessDay! On this day we celebrate the skills that provide the foundation for learning all other skills and enable people to evolve and adapt at work, in the community, and at home. Learn more at
@abclifeliteracy @Skills_Canada

#SkillsforSuccessDay is just a few days away! Do you know what the Skills for Success are? Reading, Writing, Numeracy, Digital, Problem Solving, Communication, Collaboration, Adaptability, and Creativity & Innovation. @abclifeliteracy @Skills_Canada

Looking for info about reading & interpreting DSQ data? Join the Pop Up PD for #Literacy Educators Committee on Sept 23, 2021 for a free webinar called “Understanding the LBS Detailed Service Quality (DSQ) Report 64”! Register at:

Skills for Success includes skills that are foundational for building other skills & knowledge. These skills overlap and interact with each other. They are inclusive and can be adapted to different contexts. @abclifeliteracy @Skills_Canada

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