ASEM LLL Hub Publications
The Research Network on Workplace Learning (RN2) has directed its attention to the task of decoding working places in Asia and Europe as lifelong learning spaces. Workplaces encompass not just companies and public services, but also a wide range of organisational and social contexts, including non-profit–making NGOs and voluntary work, as well as diverse forms of self-employment, sometimes under irregular and precarious conditions. They offer very different kinds of learning opportunities: some are learning-conducive, others are less so; some provide structured work -related education and training for employees, whereas in others, learning is integrated into the flow of working processes. Learning spaces are constructed through the interplay of workplace structures and practices with formal, non -formal and informal learning. They provide a framework for understanding how opportunities for lifelong learning, including professional and personal development at work, are distributed, structured, experienced and used. Through exchange of information, workshop discussions and joint studies of how workplace learning is provided, practised and understood in Asian and European countries, RN2 is building up a shared body of knowledge that is empirically based, contextualised and theoretically informed.
ASEM desktop study on the role higher education can play in sustainable development through the development of lifelong learning skills
The ASEM Desktop Study was commissioned by the ASEM Education and Research Hub for Lifelong Learning (ASEM LLL Hub) and was conducted by Danish Clearinghouse for Educa-tional Research. The aim of this ASEM Desktop Study was to find relevant research literature about the role higher education plays in relation to lifelong learning and sustainable development in Asia. In a later report, the intention is to perform a comparative analysis of how selected countries in Asia and Europe work to promote lifelong learning in relation to ESD.
Authors: Bowon Kim (ed.); Wang Ying; Karanam Pushpanadham; Tsuneo Yamada; Taerim Lee; Mansor Fadzil; Latifah Abdol Latif; Tengku Amina Munira; Norazah Nordin; Mohamed Amin Embi; Helmi Norman; Juvy Lizette M. Gervacio; Jaitip Nasongkhla; Thapanee Thammetar; Shu-Hsiang (Ava) Chen; Mie Buhl; Lars Birch Andreasen; Henrik Jensen Mondrup; Rita Birzina; Alena Ilavska–Pistovcakova; Inés Gil-Jaurena
KNOU (Korea National Open University) Press, 2015.
Supporting the engagement and reintegration of 18-24 year old early school leavers in lifelong learning: evidences for targeted compensatory and preventive strategy in education
Authors: Maslo, Irina (Latvia); J. Fernández Gonzalez, Manuel (Latvia)
Contributors: Surikova, Svetlana (Latvia); Pigozne, Tamara (Latvia); Reyes, Zenaida Q. (Philippines); Zuzeviciute, Vaiva (Lithuanaia); Reddy, Dinarayana (India); Uma Devi, Uma D. (India).
Working places as learning spaces: contextualising lifelong learning in Asia and Europe
Maslo, E.; Lunardon, K. (eds.)
Andresen, B. B.; Barbier, J. M.; Bourgoin, F. T.; Bukantaitė, D.; Friedrichsen, A.; Clausen, C. B.; Cohen-Scali, V.; van Dellen, T.; Fennes, H.; Heidekamp, I.; Hirata, K.; Evans, K.; Kersh, N.; Kokare, M.; Kubiliute, M.; Le, Y.; Lespessailles, C.; Mu, G.; Novotný, P.; Ostendorf, A.; Pasqualoni, P.P.; Permpoonwiwat, C. K.; Ramsamy-Prat, P.; Rojvithee, A.; Saller-Kraft, E.; Sun, J.; Vitali, M.; Wittorski, R.; Yasin, R. M.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Facets of Professionalization among Adult Education Teachers – Eurasian Perspectives
E. Nuissl, P. A. Reddy, S. Lattke, & D. U. Devi (Eds.)
New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers
Chisholm, Lynne; Lunardon, Katharina; Ostendorf, Annette; Pasqualoni, Pier Paolo (eds.)
Innsbruck University Press, 2012
Vietnam Forum: Lifelong Learning – Building a Learning Society (December 2010)
The proceedings contain 36 papers submitted to the Forum by 45 educational specialists and academics from 17 ASEM countries.
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The book has involved many individuals, institutions and organisations and has been made possible through the financial support of the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training, UNESCO Hanoi and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Managing and Developing Core Competences in a Learning Society
Han, SoongHee (ed.)
Seoul National University Press, 2010
Kim, Bowon (ed.)
Korea National Open University Press, 2010
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Teachers and Trainers in Adult and Lifelong Learning: Asian and European Perspectives
Egetenmeyer, R. and Nuissl von Rein, Ekkehard (eds.)
Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2010
Frameworks for Supporting Lifelong Learning
Weifang, M. and Qvortrup, L. (eds.)
Beijing: Tong Xin Publishing House, 2010
Teachers and Trainers in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning: Professional Development in Asia and Europe
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 11, Nr 1 (19), 2009
West University of Timisoara and Romanian Institute of Adult Education, June, 2009 (ISSN 1454 7668)
Sava, Simona (editor-in-chief)
Pracoviste Jako Prostor K Ucení (Workplace Learning)
Novotný, Petr (ed.)
Brno: Masaryk University Press, 2009
Brno: Masaryk University Press, 2008
German Institute for Adult Education, June 2009
Asia-Europe Conference on Lifelong Learning
Peking University, November 2008
Conference on Lifelong Learning
“Ensuring Lifelong Skills for All under the Spirit of Partners, Pathways and Pedagogies”
Malaysia National University, December 2007
Building up Lifelong Learning Communities: Challenges and Opportunities
Community Education Committee of Xuhui District, Shanghai, October 2007
e-Learning in Asia-Europe: Co-operation and Partnership
Korea National Open University, October 2007
e-ASEM Network Follow-up Meeting (CD ROM)
Korea National Open University, October 2007