Welcome to the eucen University Lifelong Learning Open Fora 2021!

eucen is launching its full month of ULLL presentations: the Open Fora 2021.
We invite you to join us throughout November – participate in an open activity every day!

Join us every working day of the month of November, always at 15:00CET.
Grab a coffee and join us!

Share your impressions using #ULLLOpenFora

The eucen ULLL Open Fora this year will explore the following topics:

Tue 02 – Fri 05 November:
Professionalisation in Adult and Lifelong Learning

Mon 08 – Fri 12 November:
Transitions towards a new world order in new learning strategies

Mon 15 – Fri 19 November:
Designing flexible learning for
adults: Dialogue between University Lifelong Learning and professional contexts

Mon 22 – Fri 26 November:
Diversity and inclusion in Higher Education: what we have and what we need

Each week will have the same structure:

  • We will start the week with a Master Class
  • The middle days of the week we will have a smaller presentation every day, always focusing on the week’s topic. Sometimes we might have more than one short presentation in one day
  • We will finish the week with a discussion panel of that week’s topic with key stakeholders

But the month does not finish on Friday 26! We will have 2 more activities:

  • On Monday 29 we will have a transversal activity wrapping up all the discussions during the Open Fora 2021.
  • On Tuesday 30 November we will connect the eucen ULLL Open Fora with the eucen conference in Budapest (HU), 08-10 June 2022.

Do not miss these last activities!

The daily events will have a length of 30 to 60 minutes (depending on the activity of that day). Have a break and enjoy your coffee while participating in our daily activity at 15:00CET!

The Call for Contributions is closed now. You can see the list of abstracts received, invited to prepare a full paper for the European Journal of ULLL (EJULL).

eucen‘s Scientific Committee 

  • Bálazs NÉMETH, University of Pécs (HU)
  • Eric AGBESSI, Clermont Auvergne University (FR)
  • Seamus O’TUAMA, University College Cork (IE)
  • Timo HALTTUNEN, University of Turku (FI)
  • Kevin ORR, University of Huddersfield (UK)