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Welcome to Dialogue, Issue 1, from the Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network. As 2002 begins, it's important to share with the team a brief electronic update. In our first nine months of life we've been setting up shop, forming research teams, building Network collabarations, crossing the T's and dotting the I's, and figuring out the best way to talk to you and our outside audiences.

The Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network will forever be evolving but its main purpose remains to generate, integrate and disseminate scientific research and knowledge to improve and sustain children's language and literacy development in Canada. Thanks for contributing to our Network.

Q and A with Dr. Don Jamieson, CLLRNet's Scientific Director and C.E.O.

Dr. Jamieson provides valuable information about CLLRNet, the NCE organization and CLLRNet's strategic direction for the future.
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Meet Your Board of Directors

CLLRNet has assembled an impressive national Board of Directors. Find out who they are and what expertise they provide to the organization
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Network Researcher Wanted for Board of Directors Position

Nominations to fill the Network Researcher post on the Board of Directors are now being taken. Learn how to participate in this process. The election will take place through the CLLRNet website.
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Communications and the Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network

It's important to share our communications plan with you - the front line for our message. Read about our upcoming communications tools and find out about sharing the science and opening minds.
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When and Where is the First Annual CLLRNet Conference?

Find the information you'll need to begin planning. Don't miss this opportunity to put the strength of CLLRNet's collaborative efforts togethers.
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one On one with Dr. Kathleen Bloom

Dr. Bloom, Network researcher and chairperson of the Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) committee shares her views on the strength of collaboration and how to develop the best language and literacy talent in Canada.
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The Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network is a member of the Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program administered by Industry Canada and funded by Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).