Our activities include a series of seminars and a major Annual Conference which attracts a wide constituency from the UK and overseas
UALL activities include a series of seminars and a major Annual Conference which attracts a wide constituency from the UK and overseas. The conference addresses concepts, research, policy and practice in university lifelong learning through keynote addresses, seminars and workshops and typically includes addresses from ministers and government officers. Other events are arranged throughout the year, with the practitioner networks organising their own seminar programmes.
The programme of our events, conferences and seminars are as follows:
13 November 2014 - Joint Networks Conference
Graduate prospects for 'widening participation' students: does Higher Education broaden opportunities?
University of Leeds
27 November 2014 - Seminar and UALL AGM
Transformative learning: national and international dimensions
The Ambassadors Hotel, Upper Woburn Place, London
This Seminar is open to all with an interest in higher education lifelong learning. The Programme and Registration Form for this open event are now available. The keynote speakers are: Professor Sir Peter Scott and Professor John Field
11-13 March 2015 - UALL Annual Conference
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Making the lifelong learning university a reality
Further details of the Conference and the Call for Papers and Proposals are now available.