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Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1995
A project described the literacy skills, tasks, and materials of the entry-level and the mid-to-executive level secretary jobs. It tested Job Literacy Analysis (JLA), a six-step methodology resulting in a job literacy description that includes a representative collection of the most important materials required for competent performance of the job…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Basic Skills, Educational Research, Job Skills
Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1992
As part of a job literacy analysis project, 63 entry-level and mid-to-executive level secretaries were interviewed from business, government, and health care settings to describe the literacy requirement skills, tasks, and materials of their jobs. In the 1-hour interview, the job incumbent and interviewer reviewed examples of different types of…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Literacy, Entry Workers, Job Analysis
Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1994
The Job Literacy Analysis (JLA) was developed in response to the need for analyzing the literacy requirements of various occupations in an effort to match the instruction to the job and to enhance the job relatedness of curricula. It is a systematic, comprehensive process for identifying the important literacy skills needed by workers to function…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Basic Skills, Educational Research, Job Analysis