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The current crisis is forcing everyone to adopt a completely new way of working and disrupting every aspect of our lives. Keep watching the CR&DALL website, Twitter feed and this Digest for the latest information and updates. Professor Mike Osborne, CR&DALL Director

 

EcCoWell 2 Briefing Paper 7: Rethinking Lifelong Learning within Current Contexts of Time and Space

Please find attached the 7th Briefing Paper in the EcCoWell 2 series, by Tom Schuller, Idowu Biao, and Mike Osborne, entitled, Rethinking Lifelong Learning within Current Contexts of Time and Space. The objective of this piece is to open up some fresh lines of thinking about lifelong learning by looking in a very broad way at the dimensions of time and place, in a global context. EcCoWell 2 Briefing Paper 7: Rethinking Lifelong Learning within Current Contexts of Time and Space

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* 1 week to register * | OU Online webinar - Avoid photocopying the past

Hosted by Access, Participation, and Success at the Open University, the webinar will be opened by Vice-Chancellor Professor Tim Blackman, who will reflect on how the Open University is working to address and reduce inequitable outcomes for BAME students. As well as presentations from 4 Higher Education Institutions, sharing experiences of their work, there will be an opportunity to share views and experiences in interactive sessions on MS Teams. 

* 1 week to register * | OU Online webinar - Avoid photocopying the past

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PIMA Bulletin No. 32 - September 2020

‘Only connect’. Never was this injunction more fitting than today. I scan the material in this issue and realise how much each is part of an interwoven web. As Chris Brooks observes below, we see ‘how poorly policies are tied up into a coherent strategy: housing, education, skills and infrastructure are all conceived and implemented as separate and non-connected policies. If only one could find a clear beginning and untangle strands into a neat and orderly ball.  But there are too many ends and no free ends at all. PIMA Bulletin No. 32 - September 2020

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The Centre for Open Learning at the University of Edinburgh is looking for a new External Examiner

An opportunity that has arisen for an external examiner at the University of Edinburgh. Interested candidates should send a current CV and a brief paragraph highlighting their applicable experience to Jenny Hoy.

The Centre for Open Learning at the University of Edinburgh is looking for a new External Examiner

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NAS and NAM Presidents Alarmed By Political Interference in Science Amid Pandemic

As advisers to the nation on all matters of science, medicine, and public health, we are compelled to underscore the value of science-based decision-making at all levels of government.  Our nation is at a critical time in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic with important decisions ahead of us, especially concerning the efficacy and safety of vaccines.

NAS and NAM Presidents Alarmed By Political Interference in Science Amid Pandemic
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ALADIN Online Alert 33

The ALADIN Online Alert is a joint ALADIN initiative, produced bimonthly by the UIL Library and CDÉACF, with input from additional ALADIN members from all over the world. Its goal is to share recent online and full-text information and documents in the area of adult and lifelong learning.

ALADIN Online Alert 33

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ALA webinar: Industry engagement for ACE RTOs delivering EAL and Foundation Skills qualifications

As a community-based registered training organisation (RTO) it’s important for your organisation to engage with industry to ensure your vocational qualifications are:

  • keeping up to date with industry trends
  • complying with RTO standards
  • reflecting what is required by the industry.

To support ACE RTOs, Adult Learning Australia has convened a panel of stakeholders to participate in an industry engagement session, which will be focussed on English as Additional Language (EAL) and Foundation Skills qualifications. ALA webinar: Industry engagement for ACE RTOs delivering EAL and Foundation Skills qualifications

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