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Monthly: LitBits
Our monthly newsletter, LitBits, provides literacy information including helpful websites, tutor tips, downloadable toolkits and monthly updates on OLI's many services and resources.
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Quarterly: LitSpeak
Our quarterly newsletter, provides information about OLI news and events, editorials, highlights student success stories and the achievements of individual literacy programs in Oregon, and includes current information on the state of literacy in Oregon and the United States.
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This publication is designed to allow the 20% of eligible voters in Oregon who cannot read at the 12th grade level, access to information that will allow them to make an educated decision during the upcoming election. The Easy to Read Voting Guide is available as a pdf in both English and Spanish versions.
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Statistical Literacy Report 2004
A detailed paper explaining and highlighting the state of literacy in Oregon. Included in this paper: Oregon’s demographic profile and how literacy relates to the economy, poverty, health, family, corrections, ESL and voting.
< Download Report >

Partner Packet
OLI is always open to creating a new opportunity for our organization and, in turn, an opportunity for those who need literacy assistance. If you have an idea, be it for an event, a marketing concept or something else entirely, we are more than happy to hear from you.
< Download Packet >

Marketing Materials
Oregon Literacy has a number of marketing materials from brochures to informational flyers. We have included a selection of materials that can be printed from our website.
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CIS Flyers
Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) has received requests from many people and organizations for a poster advertising for the CIS web site that can be posted on bulletin boards, in classrooms, above individual computers, and in computer labs. In response to these requests they have produced the following flyers/posters in Spanish and English, and in black and white and color. CIS is working hard to encourage customers, educational institutions, and service providers to use the resources available on the CIS web site.
< http://www.uscis.gov >
English - < color > < black & white >
Spanish - < color > < black & white >

Educational Tools
Oregon Literacy understands that education is dynamically intertwined with literacy. We provide materials that will help educators work towards better literacy rates throughout the state.
< Download Drop Out Statement Letter >
< Download High School Drop Out Life Plan Certificate >
< Read more >

Literacy Postcards
Literacy programs in Oregon can order free Advocacy Postcards from Oregon Literacy to help students and supporters communicate with legislators about the importance of adult literacy programs. This service will help literacy programs speak with a louder voice to those who need to hear about our work, so they can advocate for adult literacy.

You can either order the postcards by mail or print out our letter templates.

Print Out Letter Templates
Choose the appropriate letter style for you:
< Concerned Citizen > < Enrolled Student >
< Graduate > < On the wait list >

Order Postcards
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