In this edition of the L&W Newsletter you should note in particular several calls for papers relating to international conferences: the UFHRD Doctoral symposium in Nottingham, the UALL Work and Learning network conference in London, the EDI stream on Diversity and Precarious Work in Rotterdam, the CVER conference in London, the PASCAL conference in Cork, the European Access Network conference in Ghent, the BIBB conference in Siegburg, the ProPEL conference in Sydney and the ReNAdET meeting in Thessaloniki; also calls for papers relating to a book on VET in the age of digitalization, and to special issues of journals: on the economics of vocational education (ERVET), on continuing training (IJTD), on international mobility (JIM/ERASMUS+), on gender hegemony (HRDI) and on adult learning and sustainability (RELA).
Dr Samantha Broadhead from Leeds Arts university; Rosemarie Davis from the Skills Company, Manchester and Tony Hudson from University of East London have written a book for Emerald Publishing that takes a critical look at Access to HE education from its early days in the late 1960s to more current developments.
Here is the latest Cedefop newsletter with the main story Vocational education and training systems in Europe at a glance together with information about other news and events.
We are pleased to announce the appointment, within the School of Education at the University of Glasgow of Professor Allison Littlejohn. Allison will also be taking on the position of Dean of Learning and Teaching at the College of Social Sciences.