I am very glad to share the PDF version of the latest version of the Journal Decisio with you, please find it featured below.
Applications are invited for one of three PhD studentships to commence in October 2015. The studentship is funded by the University of Glasgow and will be based within the Urban Big Data Centre (UBDC). It offers an excellent opportunity for outstanding candidates to join a world-leading interdisciplinary research group.
PASCAL is very pleased to announce that the next PASCAL International Conference will be hosted from 7-9 October 2015 by the University of Catania in Italy with the title, Connecting Cities and Universities at Strategic Frontiers, and under the co-ordination of PASCAL Associate Director in Europe, Professor Roberta Piazza.
'Lifelong Learning in Korea' is published by the Office of Global Lifelong Education Relations at NILE and the objective is to share Korean lifelong education projects and cases with policy makers, researchers, experts and practicers from all over the world.
Under scrutiny in the papers of the first issue of the 2014 volume of Andragogy and Cultural Theory are again the cultural contexts, with a special focus on the interrelatedness of the individual and the community.
As part of my involvement in the Kettering Foundation and Talloires Networks international collaborative research partnership into studying Regional Perspectives on University Civic Engagement, I along with my community partner Nghomes (Margaret Layden) was invited to participate in the Network's International Leaders conference “Live Engagement, Transform Lives” held in South Africa in December 2014.
Please find featured below and attached the ninth issue of the CONFINTEA VI Follow-up News Bulletin in English, French and Spanish, covering the period October to December 2014.
Please find attached the Summer 2014 newsletter of the Australian Learning Communities Network.
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