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New Perspectives for Learning - Briefing Paper 71 by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 13:48
First Briefing Paper of the LLL2010 Project
Briefing Paper No 1 on LLL2010 by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 14:17
Introduction of the aims of the project "Towards a Lifelong Learning Society in Europe: The Contribution of the Education System"
Briefing Paper No 2 on SP1 - Lifelong Learning: Patterns of Policy in Thirteen European Countries by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 14:22
The focal objective of this subproject consisted of a critical assessment of the notion of lifelong learning and the conceptualisation of the various notions related to it: learning citizens, learning cities/regions and learning organisations
Briefing Paper No 3 on SP3 - Survey of Adult Learners in the Formal Education System by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 14:27
The aim of this subproject (original survey) is to disentangle the role of the formal education system in: encouraging participation and persistence in lifelong learning; reducing inequality in participation and persistence in lifelong learning; fostering social inclusion
Briefing Paper No 4 Overall Framework of the Project by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 14:33
The conceptual framework paper constitutes a common theoretical reference point for the project. Five ingredients in a conceptual framework for the project have been singled out: (1) individual LLL processes and outcomes (2) collective LLL processes and outcomes (3) national patterns of processes and outcomes (4) institutional and structural dimensions of LLL processes (5) typologies of LLL systems
Briefing Paper No 5 on SP4 - The qualifications-supporting company – How do small and medium sized enterprise perceive formal adult education? by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 14:48
Subproject 4 investigates the importance of formal adult education in SMEs, taken both parties into consideration, the employers and the employees. According to initial results, support for formal adult education is connected to companies’ more general training cultures. Enterprises with an expansive training culture also support formal adult education more widely
Briefing Paper No 6 on SP4 - Beyond statistical definition: Broadening the understanding of formal adult education by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2010-08-16 14:44
The aim of subproject 4 is to understand how managers and employees of SMEs assess and make use of formal adult education as a type of education distinct from the more frequent types of company training and continuing education. Ideal types of formal adult education programmes and participants in formal adult education were constructed
Final Policy Briefing Paper by Eve-Liis Roosmaa — last modified 2012-03-28 16:56
An EU-funded research project Lifelong Learning 2010 (LLL2010) investigating the role of formal education in lifelong learning in Europe involved researchers from Scotland, England, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Norway and Russia ...
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