The School of Education invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Adult Education (Research & Teaching Track) at University of Glasgow. The School of Education is one of the leading Schools of Education globally, ranked No 38 in the QS for Education and Training (2021). We are a large and dynamic unit which brings together academics and researchers with expertise across all sectors of education: formal and non-formal, pre-school through to higher, adult and community education.
The next global conference on adult learning and education (ALE) is approaching for 2022 in Morocco. National reports are now being analysed, and a new GRALE 5 will be published on active citizenship education by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL).
My name is Dr Patrick Holloway and I work at the ASEM LLL Hub at UCC. As CR&DALL members work closely with the ASEM LLL Hub, I am pleased to take the opportunity to tell subscribers a little about my background with adult education.
We are very pleased to bring to your attention two recent publications from long-term collaborator with many CR&DALL staff, Professor Paul Hettich, that are concerned with resilience in the light of COVID-19, and secondly changing workplace competencies as they relate to COVID-19.
You are invited to submit information for the next edition of the Newsletter for European Research in Learning and Work [L&W], due to appear at the beginning of August 2021.
We are very happy to announce the Adult Education Academy 2022, which will take place from 7-18 February, 2022.
Following the Black Lives Matter protests and campaigns such as ‘Rhodes Must Fall’ which call for the removal of statues of slavers and colonialists, the issue of race, inequality and education has been placed at the centre of educational debate.
Within the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, we are now offering three lectureships that are intended to contribute to delivery of undergraduate and post-graduate programmes and to key areas of our research. The closing date for all posts is August 9. The details of the 3 posts can be found on the University’s website (please see links below.
Join us for the third session of this special three-part series of webinars.
#ALW2021 Early bird grants and event prizes!
Adult Learners Week 2021 1–8 September
Get your #ALW2021 events registered on the Adult Learners Week website before 6 August 2021 and you will have the chance to win 1 of 20 x $200.00 grants. You can use this money to help you run an event during Adult Learners Week.
We are pleased to announce that our partner in the International Masters in Adult Education for Social Change, the University of Malta has officially been accorded a UNESCO Chair in Global Adult Education.
The monthly newsletter from the UALL Work and Learning Network can now be accessed online here.
In this issue of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning Bulletin you will find the latest information about: a webinar on better literacy data for more efficient policies, the preparatory process for the Seventh International Conference on Adult Education, our new double special issue of the International Review of Education on education in the age of COVID-19, and much more.
Cedefop research shows that a strong national skills system may contribute to more resilient labour markets in times of crisis.
On 28 June 2021, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) will organize the webinar 'Youth and adult literacy: Better data for more efficient policies’. It will focus on the current situation of skill assessment globally.