A consortium led by University of Glasgow, partnering with the Universities of Tartu, Cork/National University Ireland Galway/Trinity College Dublin, Radboud, Malta, Iberoamericana and the European Museum Academy is celebrating the award of €5.5m to fund study for 90 students from September 2023-28. The consortium lead is CR&DALL Associate Dr. Maggie McColl of the University of Glasgow.
This issue of AJAL is focused on three important areas of adult learning, professional learning, transition pathways to higher education and adult learning in the context of COVID 19. The articles represent the broad context of adult learning in Australia and internationally.
We are pleased to report that Professor Simon McGrath who joined the School of Education recently, and who is a CR&DALL core member, is a co-I of the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures network, which is funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund through the Economic and Social Research Council Network Plus scheme.
Adult Learners Week is celebrated at the beginning of Spring with hundreds of events and activities promoting the benefits of learning. There are so many opportunities to learn available across Australia.
We invite you to provide feedback on a three Calls for Evidence:
Call for evidence Erasmus+ programme evaluation process is now available on Europa in 23 languages: