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Learning Link Scotland (2007) ESOL in Scotland's voluntary sector

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This report by Learning Link Scotland (2007) investigates existing provision of English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) in Scotland’s voluntary sector. The report highlights areas of good practice and work which could be shared more widely across Scotland. It also provides research-generated recommendations. As such, the report meets its central aim of strengthening the infrastructure associated with ESOL provision at national and local levels. The report concludes with a list of ESOL related contacts which is a useful resource. Also see ESOL Scotland for a number of accessible online resources, a scoping study by Rice et al. (2004) and Rice et al. (2008) for a study pertaining to publically funded courses, Weedon et al. (2011) for a workplace context and Beadle and Silverman (2007) for a study which incorporates both provider and learner perspectives.

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Learning Link Scotland. (2007) ESOL in Scotland's voluntary sector: report. Edinburgh: Learning Link Scotland.

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