Mature Students a Priority says OFFA

Posted: 23/03/2015 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Mature Students a Priority says OFFA

In its recently published Strategic Plan the Office for Fair Access highlighted several areas where it wanted Universities to concentrate more effort in their widening participation activities. One of these was attracting and supporting mature students and another was part-time a

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Widening participation and lifelong learning

Posted: 09/03/2015 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Widening participation and lifelong learning

Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning are terms in frequent use within the Education Sector. Food for thought is a recent Guardian article by Professor Peter Scott (3/3/15) in which it is suggested that current government policies are the enemy of the Lifelong Learner

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Last chance to book your place at 2015 Annual Conference, Glasgow
Sir David Watson - UALL Chair 1994 to 1998

Posted: 19/02/2015 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Sir David Watson - UALL Chair 1994 to 1998

We note with great sadness the death of David Watson, who, among his many contributions to the sector, was our Chair from 1994 to 1998. He guided UALL with his customary wisdom and good nature, and was very dedicated to the Association despite his many other commitments. He alway

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2015 UALL Annual Conference - update and book launch

Posted: 19/02/2015 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

2015 UALL Annual Conference - update and book launch

The Conference is now rapidly approaching and the final details of the planning are fitting into place. I am very pleased to let you know that we will have a Book Launch at the Drinks Reception before the Conference Dinner on the Thursday evening. I can also now confirm that we

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Update on UALL 2015 Annual Conference, Glasgow

Posted: 09/02/2015 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Update on UALL 2015 Annual Conference, Glasgow

Now that we have finalised the proposed paper presentations for the Conference, you can now see the Conference Programme, which includes the full timetable for the workshop sessions. You will see from the programme, that we have a very impressive line up of presentations and ind

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