Who and what are universities for? Local communities, global competitiveness and the part-time student
20-22 March - Durham University
The Full Conference Programme is now available - and as you will see we have a very impressive number of papers and poster sessions; we are equally impressed by the quality and variety of the papers - including from international delegates - Canada, the USA, and for the first time for UALL, China.
As a taste of the variety we have papers on:
Museums as true centres of lifelong learning
Reflections on New Labour's claim for a 'learning age'
European Union policies on lifelong learning
Postgraduates as part-time tutors
Is lifelong learning the new holy grail for universities?
Peer support for ownership of learning
Arts and humanities for developing people as well as employability