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Making the Lifelong Learning University a Reality
11-13 March - University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

We have received a number of enquiries requesting an extension to the deadline for the Call for Papers.  We have had a good response to the Call for Papers, but we are pleased to let you know that the deadline has been extended to 30 January 2015

The theme of Making the Lifelong Learning University of Reality, has strands addressing the context of adult learning, adult and professional learning, and learning communities.  Proposals are invited for papers and poster sessions.

Details of the Conference and Registration Form can be seen here.

The Conference will start on the Wednesday evening with a Civic Reception at Glasgow City Chambers at which we welcome all our delegates, international members and guests to Glasgow.  This will be followed by two days conference and will finish on Friday with lunch.  The Drinks Reception and Conference Dinner will be held on the Thursday evening at the stylish House for an Art Lover, which was designed by Rennie Mackintosh.

I very much hope you will be able to join us, and I would be grateful if you could circulate details of our conference to your colleagues and to anyone within your institution who may be interested in joining us.

Call for Papers
The Conference has a reputation for offering opportunities for practitioners and researchers to present their work to the academic community. Papers, abstracts and other proposals are invited on the three strands of the conference theme.  They may describe and discuss innovative developments and practice, and/or empirical or theoretical research.  You are encouraged to take into account your own working context when submitting your proposals.  Proposals are welcome from those working in different countries and learning contexts.  Please send your proposal of no more than 300 words by 30 January 2015 to me at:

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