How we can help

We provide materials to help with teaching literacy to pre-readers (mostly young children, but also adults) and to students gaining increasing mastery of literacy. We offer a number of resources useful for imaginative literacy teaching and learning, including:

This website, of course. Watch the website for news about Conferences and other presentations. The website also provides opportunities for you to send comments, ask questions, etc.—using the form below.

We also provide on-line videoconference sessions, and an on-line mini-course about Imaginative Literacy. E-mail us if you would like more information about these.

Workshops. We offer workshops in association with the IERG conference each summer in July. (Keep and eye out for announcements on the IERG website). We also provide workshops in other places on contract. Contact us for costs and conditions.

Conferences. We have only recently offered our first conference in association with other presentations of IERG programs. We plan to offer a stream dedicated to ILP as a part of the general IERG conference each summer. We are open to suggestions or offers of hosting ILP conference in other sites. Contact us for costs and conditions.

Communication Network

One of the aims of the ILP is to create a communication network among researchers, practicing education professionals, and others with an interest in Imaginative Literacy. If you would like to receive electronic announcements updating you on our work, events, or activities, or to sign up for our newsletter, please contact us.