This report summarizes action research that was conducted by the Direction de l'éducation des adultes et de l'action communautaire (DEAAC), in collaboration with the Centre de services éducatifs populaires du Haut-Saint-François (CSEP), in order to account for the benefits of a knowledge exchange network (réseau d'échanges de connaissances, REC) for stimulating the desire to learn, undertaking or pursuing training activities and developing a culture of continuing education within a community. It also reports on the conditions of implementation formulated by practitioners who have tested this model of educational intervention. Since 2003, the CSEP, located in East Angus, Québec, has tested the implementation of a knowledge exchange network through funding granted under the Joint Federal-Provincial Literacy Training Initiatives (JFPLTI) program.

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2015-04-16 Reseaux Echanges Connaissances a (512.1 ko)