The Center for Literacy Studies has a number of publications within the field of literacy research and practice. Most titles are in PDF format and may be downloaded free from this page.
- 2000 Families First Idea Book: Integrating Work Skills and Basic Skills. Donna J.G. Brian, Jackie Taylor-Pendergrass, and Sherry Thompson (Editors). 2000.
- 1999 Families First Idea Book: Integrating Work Skills and Basic Skills. Donna J.G. Brian, Pat Sawyer (Editors). 1999.
- Assessment ESOL Action Research Report. Pat Sawyer,
edited by Charlotte Duncan, 2000.
- A Facilitator's Guide: Introducing Getting There.
Mary Beth Bingman, 1997.
- Getting There: A Curriculum for People Moving into Employment.
Marian Colette, Beverly Woliver, Mary Beth Bingman and Juliet Merrifield,
- Getting There: Appendix
- If Only I Could...Read, Write, Spell: Identifying and Helping Adults Who Find Learning Difficult. The Action Research Group on Learning Disabilities of The Center for Literacy Studies, 1994. $12.00
- Keys to Effective LD Teaching Practice. Margaret Lindop, February, 2002.
- Learning at Work. Diane P. Gardner, 2000.
- Learning Skills Curriculum. Jim Ford, Jane Knight, and Emily McDonald-Littleton, 2001.
- Lessons from the Holocaust. Produced by Tennessee teachers in a Center for Literacy Studies action research group, edited by Lisa White Smith, July 1998. ($15.00 for a hardcopy)
- Making It On My Own: Helping Adult Learners Move Toward Self-Sufficiency.
Connie White and Barbara Eubank (Editors). Spring 1999.
- Teacher as Learner: A Source Book for Participatory Staff Development. Beth Bingman and Brenda Bell, 1995. $12.00.
- Tennessee Adult ESOL Curriculum Resource Book. Pat Sawyer (Editor), 2001.
- Tennessee ESOL in the Workplace. Pat Sawyer and Barbara Tondre, 2003.
- World Comes to Tennessee: A Resource Book for Adult Education and ESOL Teachers of Advanced Level ESOL Students. 2004.
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