The EJULL vol 7 no 1 from the eucen Autumn activities 2022 is out!


The newest eucen publication is not available. This time the EJULL includes the papers gathered from the eucen Autumn activities in 2022. You will find:

– Editorial. University Lifelong Learning as flexible learning | Eva CENDON, Ülle KESLI, Kevin ORR

– The Graduate Boost Programme: Higher Education and employers collaborating to explore inclusive recruitment practice for graduates with disabilities | Angela SCANLON, Ursula MCTAGGART, Shauna MCCLOY

– The Communiversity: A partnership approach to community engaged adult education | Derek BARTER, Sinéad HYLAND

– Aplication of the iDEAL model of learning to instructional design and media in online learning | Jenny GOOD, Vanessa HOLTGRAVE

– A critical analysis of European micro-credential development in an Erasmus+ project | Neill WYLIE, Laura WIDGER, Valerie BRETT, Helen MURPHY

– Promoting Work-Based learning in Higher Education in Post-Soviet countries: The UniLab project experience | Kirstin SONNE

– Openness, Flexibility and the role og AI in University-Industry partnerships. Three questions to Gary Husband | Eva CENDON, Gary HUSBAND

You can download this publication from the eucen Studies.

Citation: Contemporary Issues in University Lifelong Learning. European Journal of University Lifelong Learning (EJULL), 7(1), 2023. https://doi.org/10.53807/07015bsl © eucen 2023. ISSN 2789-4029.