Topics of interest

IJLTP lays special emphasis on
 Literacy practices for different target groups
 Community development and participation
 Andragogical techniques and practices
 Skills development and adults
 Out of school youth and illiterate adults
 Education for all
 Parental involvement in planning and implementation of local educational programs
 Non-formal education
 Basic and functional literacy initiatives
 Literacy: policies and structures
 Theoretical understanding of literacy and practices.
 Information communication technologies and literacy
 Issues associated with literacy provisions

 Life skills education
 Community mobilization techniques
 Learning needs
 Literacy needs and provisions in global and national perspectives
 Teachers’ training in literacy and non-formal education
 Variations in literacy practices across the globe
 Leadership issues in achieving targets of literacy and skills training
 Non-formal education and open schooling
 Technologies for adaptation of literacy and practices
 Literacy provisions for special education needs
 Literacy curriculum and instructional practices
 Literacy activities and students’ involvement Assessment and evaluation of literacy
 Certification of literacy, adult, and non-formal education
 Learning theories and adult literacy

Readership of IJLTP includes but not limited to all of those working in the fields of:
 Literacy stake holders
 Policy makers
 Educational Organizations: non-formal, formal, semi-formal
 Curriculum development
 Non-formal education
 Educational Technologies

 Curriculum and development
 Technical and vocational skills training
 Teacher training institutes
 Community mobilizers
 Community based learning centers
 NGOs, GOs and international literacy partners
 Psychological and psycho-social studies
 Educational leaders
 Professional development
Human resource centers