Impact Literacy Workbook

Thank you for choosing to try the Impact Literacy Workbook. The workbook is available either as a free electronic download, or you may have been provided with one in an impact literacy workshop.  The workbook is designed to accompany impact training workshops and presentations but can also be used on its own. The training and materials here are based on the concept of impact literacy (Bayley and Phipps, 2017).

It is free to use, but currently still under development. For this reason, we are making it available first to those who are willing to provide feedback on the workbook and help us refine it to better meet the needs of the research community.  If you are happy to proceed on this basis, please complete the form below to download.  All feedback should be shared via the following link:

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