A paper on Dimensions of expansion for configuring learning spaces in global work by Research Network 2: Workplace Learning. This recent publication is part of ASEM’s past two-year timescale. The project also formed the basis for a consultation with UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning.
The ASEMagazine for Lifelong Learning is a journalistic print and online magazine with articles on research in lifelong learning. The magazine was launched in November 2011 and is out two times a year. The magazine has been published by the Secretariat for ASEM LLL Hub at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University.
Sisyphus — Journal of Education aims to be a place for debate on political, social, economic, cultural, historical, curricular and organizational aspects of education. It pursues an extensive research agenda, embracing the opening of new conceptual positions and criteria according to present tendencies or challenges within the global educational arena.
The journal publishes papers displaying original researches—theoretical studies and empirical analyses—and expressing a wide variety of methods, in order to encourage the submission of both innovative and provocative work based on different orientations, including political ones. Consequently, it does not stand by any particular paradigm; on the contrary, it seeks to promote the possibility of multiple approaches. The editors will look for articles in a wide range of academic disciplines, searching for both clear and significant contributions to the understanding of educational processes.
Studies in Adult Education and Learningis an international scientific journal of adult education. It is intended for the publication of original scientific articles (research, discussions, analyses), professional articles, reports, considerations about technical terminology and book reviews, especially in the fields of humanities and social sciences, which deal with different aspects of adult education and related phenomena. The journal also welcomes contributions from other scientific disciplines, perspectives and traditions related to adult education. The journal also publishes research on organized education (education systems, institutions etc.), non-formal education, and all forms of informal learning, and we encourage diversity in theoretical and methodological approaches.
Studies in Adult Education and Learning focuses on:
Developing scientific and expert knowledge about adult education (including young, middle, and late adulthood) and interdisciplinary connections with research and insights into learning and education processes.
Developing adult education theories and practices.
Encouraging innovations and knowledge transfer among researchers, disseminating andragogic knowledge across educator networks.
Encouraging critical reflections on adult education in both scientific and professional fields.
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