|Although each GLP site reflects its particular community, all provide similar resources: at least about 5,000 books with a general reading area as well as a women’s focus section; a section with books focusing on young adult themes and a children’s section with educational books, games, and toys; and a multimedia center with 1-5 computers.|
|Community Learning Centers (CLCs)
Community Learning Centers are initiatives created by and mobilised from the community. Community people are responsible for maintaining and determining the activities of the CLC and as such a given CLC will offer a variety of activities related to many aspects of life in the community.
CLCs are places that providing lifelong learning opportunities to everyone in the community in order
CLCs can help mobilise and generate potential resources in the community to address pertinent issues such as the alleviation of poverty and improving the quality of life.
Because the CLC alone cannot carry out all the activities needed in the community, it must work with community
Finally, CLCs provide not only services but also help review, monitor and give feedback by documenting
|Multimedia Learning Centers
For selected locations, the Global Literacy Project, Inc. will facilitate the creation of Multimedia Learning Centers.
These centers will be made up of a mixture of 5-15 Apple and PC computers installed with basic word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software.Users will also have access to several science, math and literacy development programs.
We often place Multimedia Learning Centers in public libraries or public schools where maximum access is possible.
The GLP Five Step Program
GLP Community Learning Centers are aimed towards working with community partners in order to achieve the following key objectives: