Learning Cities and Regions

Call for Papers : PASCAL TRENDS2017 Conference, South Africa

The PASCAL Centre for Africa, in partnership with CENLED (under the Auspices of The University of Johannesburg) and the BELGIUM CAMPUS iTversity, presents its showcase prestigious flagship conference in Africa that will provide a platform for all our public and private sector participants to rethink and reinvent the way that the international community shapes and forms the field of education, government, job creation, products and services that use new “trends” in the global and local economy, social environment, demographics spheres and the never ending field of new technology.

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A European lens upon adult and lifelong learning in Asia

Congratulations to Professor Michael Osborne and Dr Katarzyna Borkowska of the School of Education, University of Glasgow, on having "A European lens upon adult and lifelong learning in Asia" published in Asia Pacific Education Review. As part of the Springer Nature SharedIt initiative, a full-text version of this paper is now publicly shareable through the link below.

Research Associate: Educational Disadvantage and Place, School of Education/Urban Big Data Centre, University of Glasgow

Job Purpose: To make a leading contribution to the project Educational Disadvantage and Place within the Education programme of the ESRC-funded Urban Big Data Centre. Specifically, the job requires expert knowledge in the area of educational disadvantage and/or urban neighbourhoods, and strong proven skills in the quantitative analysis of large data sets.

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International Conference and Achievements Exhibition on Visions for Taipei Learning City, 2016

CR&DALL is delighted to report that Associate Dr Katarzyna Borkowska was invited to the city of Taipei to present at the International Conference on Learning Cities from 21-24 November 2016. Professor Michael Osborne also presented a paper (virtually) and received an award.

Call for papers: Adult learning between national tensions and transnational challenges

At the Network’s last conference in 2015, hosted by our colleagues at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, we discussed how substantial learning is connected with the everyday life of adults, with the environment and social milieus they live in, with their efforts to tackle social inequalities, injustices, and to enhance their quality of life and well-being.


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