ERIC Number: ED432701
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Publication Date: 1998
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Lifelong Learning and Its Impact on Social and Regional Development. Contributions to the European Conference on Lifelong Learning (1st, Bremen, Germany, October 3-5, 1996). Collected Papers.
Alheit, Peter, Ed.; Kammler, Eva, Ed.
This book contains 56 papers from a European conference. Representative papers include the following: "Adult Education, European Citizenship and the Role of the Regions" (Sussmuth); "Can Lifelong Learning Prevent the Breakdown of Society?" (Young); "Two Challenges to a Modern Concept of Lifelong Learning" (Alheit); "Widening Access to Higher Education in a Former Coalfield Region" (Humphreys, McGoldrick); "Popular Education" (Sundgren); "European Access Network" (Taylor, Steele); "Access, Adults and Under-representation in European Higher Education" (Woodrow, Crosier); "Making a Difference? Including Excluded Groups in Higher Education" (Tett); "Six Years of Continuing Education at Swiss Universities" (Levy); "Another Approach to Get More Adults into Continuous Learning" (Dohmen); "Market-Oriented Adult Education Policy" (Tuomisto); "Departmental Cultures and Academic Disciplines" (Guyot, Merrill); "Universities as Open Learning Centres" (Flecha, Merrill); "Lifelong Education and Training" (Mohle); "Lifelong Learning" (Houghton); "Open Learning Systems" (Raters); "Adult Education Open University" (Olesen); "Non-Teaching Cases of University as Open Learning Centres" (Espanya); "The Development of Further Education" (Meliva); "The Information Technology Challenge to Lifelong Learning" (von Mitschke-Collande, Nake); "Information Technology" (O'Dubchair); "Disabled Adults" (Hartenstein); "Experiences of Using Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning at the Adult Higher Education Level" (Pantzar); "Making Learning a Part of Life" (Fischer); "Advanced Continuing Education for Women in the Transformation Process" (Schiersmann); "Adult Continuing Education" (Ryan); "Education as Biographical Construction?" (Dausien); "The Influence of Social Milieus on Attitudes and Activities of Women in Lifelong Learning" (Barz, Tippelt); "Intimate Cultures of Lifelong Learning" (West); "Qualifying Unskilled Women in Caring Roles through Adult Education" (Dybbroe); "Social Movements and Adult Continuing Education" (Bron); "Adult Education and the New Social Movements" (Ryle); "Citizenship as an Environment for Lifelong Learning" (Lindroos); "Adult Education outside Formal Education" (Menchen); "New Social Movements and Popular Education" (Kane); "Learning to Live in a Multi-Cultural Society" (Leumer, Saad); "Ethnicity and Exclusion in European Higher Education" (Woodrow, Crosier); "Development of Teacher Qualifications According to 'Bridge-Building' for Adult Immigrants and Refugees" (Hemmingsen); and "Towards an Alternative Adult Education" (Shanahan). (KC)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, Adult Students, College Programs, Community Development, Continuing Education, Cultural Pluralism, Developed Nations, Educational Needs, Educational Policy, Educational Trends, Females, Foreign Countries, Futures (of Society), Information Technology, Lifelong Learning, Males, Multicultural Education, Open Education, Postsecondary Education, Public Policy, Secondary Education, Sex Fairness, Skill Development, Universities
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