NIFL (National Institute for Literacy) Web Site–New Look

This post was seem on the Family Literacy listserv – posted by Gail J. Price; National Center for Family Literacy; Louisville, KY.

Launched! Web Site Redesign

“Have you visited the National Institute for Literacy’s Web site (http://www.nifl.gov) today?  It’s been redesigned.  These are some of the new features and information you’ll find:  Read about Learning to Achieve, the Institute’s learning disabilities training program; scroll through the updated and revised Assessment Strategies and Reading Profiles (ASRP), a unique interactive Web site designed for adult literacy practitioners and staff developers, and policy makers; visit the new Professional Development pages; click on Applied Research and take the 1-hour self-paced online course that introduces users to information about scientific research and its relevance to educational decision making.”

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