Category Archives: Adult learning

Education for the People – Concepts of Grundtvig, Tagore, Gandhi and Freire

Read A very long distance lies between the State of Bengal, India and Denmark.  Similarly, Brazil and India are separated by two oceans and the African continent. Accordingly, it seems a daring enterprise to embark upon a project which aims … Continue reading

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Personal Learning Environments for overcoming knowledge boundaries between activity systems in emerging adulthood

In this paper we suggest a possible answer to the question on why Social Network Systems (SNSs) are important for bridging social capital and for knowledge construction during emerging adulthood. We argue why web social artefacts 2.0, and particularly those … Continue reading

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A review of the current landscape of Adult Informal Learning using Digital Technologies

This report aims to examine the current landscape of adult informal learning using digital technologies. It provides new data on adult use of technology for informal learning and outlines the existing landscape of tools, resources and services which can support … Continue reading

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Entornos de Aprendizaje Personales para superar fronteras de conocimiento entre sistemas de actividad en la edad adulta temprana

En este artículo proponemos una posible explicación sobre por qué los sistemas de redes sociales (SRS) son importantes tanto para el capital social puente como para la construcción del conocimiento durante el principio de la edad adulta. Explicamos porqué los … Continue reading

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