This is a final reminder for the call for papers and award nominations for our Lifelong Learning for Inclusion and Sustainability Conference 6th - 9th June 2022.
These should be with us for close of play today and you can email them though to email@example.com. If you have any difficulties in submitting please contact me or Sandra via this email.
Submissions for papers, workshops and posters are particularly welcome on the following themes:
1. Lifelong Learning for a changing world, including:
o shifting practice responding to new priorities of governments
o imperatives for different forms of LLL and adult education
o the role of place and knowledge exchange
o innovations arising from the global pandemic
2. Inclusivity and Social Justice, including:
o addressing the needs of different groups through responsive practices
o innovations in access, engagement and participation
o changing learning environments and technologies
3. Sustainable futures, including:
o innovative practices that address the challenges facing society
o new ways, modes, and areas of study
o new partnerships to innovate and engage adults and lifelong learners
Paper presentations: please submit a short version of your paper, of up to 1000 words, including an abstract of up to 100 words. Those accepted to present papers will be invited to submit a full paper for consideration for publication in special issues of the following journals:
- International Review of Applied Economics (Taylor & Francis)
- Journal of Adult and Continuing Education (Sage)
- Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning (Open University)
Workshops: please send an abstract of up to 300 words detailing the aims of your workshop and the ways in which you will engage participants in interaction.
Showcase: please send a proposal on what you would showcase, and how it relates to a theme. This could be a poster session or another means of sharing best practice with colleagues. Please send abstracts for SCUTREA, UALL and ESREA to firstname.lastname@example.org
For ESREA please state clearly that they are for the ESREA Pre-conference.
UALL Nominations for Awards
The conference recognises outstanding contributions to lifelong learning and adult education in the following categories:
o Partnerships (including international)
In addition, we are adding a new category: Covid-19 Pandemic Response: we are seeking to recognise innovation specifically related to lifelong learning and adult education during the pandemic in two categories: Individual and Team.
Please see UALL website for details of criteria and nomination process: www.uall.ac.uk
ESREA Conference only 6th June
ESREA members: £50
Non-ESREA members: £80
UALL/SCUTREA Conference only 7th – 9th June
Full Conference rate £365
Day rate £125
Full Conference rate £440
Day rate £150
ESREA & UALL/SCUTREA 6th – 9th June
Non UALL Members £520
UALL Member rate includes international delegates.
Day rate does not include cost of conference dinner on Thursday
Registration details will be available on the UALL and SCUTREA websites
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