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About this website

This website is designed to provide a resource for all those interested in adult literacy, language and numeracy. It provides a first point of call for communicating with NRDC and links to organisations within the consortium.


  • Publications
    Findings from our research projects are published both online and in print.  The publications section houses our complete selection of research reports, and summaries. Publications are available to download online or via our publications order form if you require a hard copy.  For people who have trouble viewing or downloading pdfs we have a range of alternative formats available.
  • Corporate publications
    We also publish a range of corporate reports, including an annual report and our Strategy.
  • Newsletters
    We have an electronic newsletter for those who want to keep up to date of latest developments, and upcoming events.  You can register your interest with the website, to receive e-notifications of latest newsletters.
  • Reflect
    A termly magazine written especially for practitioners, read on-screen, download, or order a hard copy.
  • Online forums
    Online forums allow you to discuss issues with other visitors or with NRDC staff. You need to sign in to use this feature.
  • News and events
    Listings of events of interest to practitioners, policy makers and researchers.
  • Registration
    Register you details, to receive monthly e-newsletters of the latest news and events.  Registration also gives you access to further areas of the site, including access to the discussion boards.


Efforts have been made to ensure, wherever possible that this site is accessible by all.  The site also contains a 'text only' version for those who may still have problems accessing all of the information on this site.  If you do experience any problems, we would like to hear from you, please email the website officer


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