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FLLLEX at EURASHE annual conference in Riga


FLLLEX presented its results at the 22nd EURASHE Annual Conference, titled “Lifelong Learning: professionally oriented higher education & the welfare society“ on May 10-11 in Riga, Latvia.

All presentations for the Lifelong Learning part are available here for download. More information, including the conference report, can be found at the EURASHE 22nd Annual conference site                   

Keynote: Lifelong Learning, social innovation and the welfare society

Joeri van den Steenhoven Global innovation academy/Young Foundation

Session 1 a: Lifelong Learning and National and EU policy

* FLLLEX: Introduction and results of a project on Lifelong Learning Klaas Vansteenhuyse KHLeuven – Leuven University College, B
* From Policy to Practise - Higher Education Institutions and Lifelong Learning Richard Thorn IOTI, IRL
* Flexible Higher Education for Adult Learners Patrick Leushuis Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, NL

Session 2a: a self-evaluation tool for lifelong learning

* Assessing institutional strategies for life-long learning: a self-assessment with stakeholders’ views Josep Grifoll AQU Catalunya (ES), ENQA
* How to use the FLLLEX Radar in your institution Margriet de Jong KHLeuven – Leuven University College, B
* Developing Lifelong Learning Strategies, Business Plans and Actions George Ubachs EADTU

Session 3a: Results from the Lifelong Learning projects

* Typologies of Lifelong Learners in Professional H.E. and their relevance for LLL strategies of Higher Education Institutions Sigrid Nindl 3s Research Laboratory, Vienna (AT)
* Using FLLLEX results in developing a HEI’s LLL strategy Gökay Özerim Yaşar University University (TR)
* Impact of Lifelong Learning on Professional Higher Education in Europe: a review of findings from the FLLEX-Radar for self-assessment Rob Mark Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Strathclyde (UK)
* Institutional Experience using the FLLLEX-Radar Oran Doherty Letterkenny Institute of Technology (EI)
* Developments in Equity Research in Europe
Anthony F. Camilleri EQUNet