University Lifelong Learning (ULLL) offers learners the opportunity to design a learning pathway that allows learners to identify their existing knowledge and skills and complement them through new competences in a targeted and effective manner. Through the validation of prior learning, student-centred design or micro-credentials, learners can realise their potential and develop professionally and personally.
In this video, Eva Cendon, from the University of Hagen (DE) explains how micro-credentials represent a new method of delivering knowledge. She discusses how they could impact universities’ learning provision, and the role that ULLL might play in optimising this method.
Tamer Atabarut, member of the Steering Committee of eucen and Managing Director of the Lifelong Learning Center of the Boğaziçi University (TR), provides insights on how ULLL can contribute to knowledge transmission, and the benefits it presents to employers and potential employees. What is the eucen‘s role in this process?
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