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ERIC Number: ED374322
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993-Jun
Pages: 110
Abstractor: N/A
Planing Meeting on Asian/Pacific Joint Production Programme of Materials for Neo-Literates in Rural Areas (Tokyo, Japan, June 7-9, 1993). Report.
Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO, Tokyo (Japan).
This publication provides the final report of a planning meeting to discuss literacy programs of the Asia/Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO (ACCU) to be carried out under regional cooperation and other materials from the meeting. The final report describes the purpose of the meeting and summarizes these presentations: opening addresses, reports, presentation and evaluation of newly produced Asian/Pacific Joint Production (AJP) Program of Materials for Neo-Literates in Rural Areas materials, suggestions for improvements and adoption of new draft AJP materials, draft plans for personnel training programs, other programs, future plans of ACCU's literacy programs, and closing addresses. An appendix contains the text of these presentations: "Learning Society: A Myth or a Reality" (Sakya); "ACCU's Regional Cooperative Literacy Programs in Asia and the Pacific: Literacy Materials Development and Personnel Training" (Miyamoto); "Bhutan" (country report by Wangdi); "Thailand" (country report by Kaewsaiha); "Vietnam" (country report by Thang); New Drafts for AJP Materials; Draft Plan of 11th Regional Workshop on the Preparation of Literacy Follow-up Materials in Rural Areas; Draft Plan on the Ninth Sending of an International Mobile Team of Experts on Neo-Literate Materials to the National Workshop in Bhutan; Draft Plan on the Second Sub-Regional Workshop on the Development of Basic Literacy Reading Materials for Adults in Asia and the Pacific; and Draft Prospectus of 1993 Dissemination Scheme of National Versions of AJP Materials; Draft Prospectus of Fourth ACCU Prizes for Fully Illustrated Literacy Follow-up Materials. Appendixes include the schedule, list of participants, agenda, general information, and opening speeches by Sakya and Misumi. (YLB)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO, Tokyo (Japan).
Identifiers - Location: Bhutan; Thailand; Vietnam