The Call for Contributions is closed and all the received abstracts are with the Scientific Committee of the eucen ULLL Open Fora 2021 for their consideration. See below the list abstracts received:
- Three pillars for better inclusion in Higher Education | Carme ROYO, eucen (BE)
- University lecturers and staff development in a post-pandemic world | Karen FERREIRA-MEYERS, University of Eswatini (SZ)
- Engineering professional context and CPD | Alfredo SOEIRO, AECEF (PT)
- A holistic management framework for the university continuing education – the university – business cooperation as a base for the success | Ritva LAAKSO-MANNINEN, Professional Publishing Finland Ltd (FI)
- Designing and supporting inclusive practices in Higher Education – the InclusiveHE project | Julie WIETRICH, eucen (BE)
- The role of Higher Education Institutions for the development of professionalisation of students and practitioners in adult education and LLL through the example of the INTALL project | Vanessa BEU, Julius-Maximilian-University Würzburg (DE)
- Enablers and restrictors in navigating careers in education in England and the role of policy in supporting aspirations to become a teacher | Jane WORMALD, University of Huddersfield (UK)
- Beyond professionalisation. HEIs and adult educators’ cooperation to foster learning communities | Carmel BERENDI, Eötvös Lorand University (HU)
- The use of the Human Centred Design approach in creative project management | Carme ROYO, eucen (BE)
- Pedagogical professionalisation through Higher Education – Theoretical perspectives on (reflective) student learning | Elise GLASS, Fern Universit¨at Hagen (DE)
Thanks to all the authors for their contributions!
All you want to know about the publication of full papers
The next issue of the European Journal of University Lifelong Learning (EJULL) “Contemporary Issues in University Lifelong Learning” will expand on the themes raised during eucen’s Open Fora events, as outlined below. Our journal’s diverse readership includes researchers, practitioners and policymakers and we invite submissions that seek to engage specifically with one or more of those groups of readers.
The themes addressed in this current issue are:
– Professionalisation in Adult and Lifelong Learning
– Transitions towards new learning strategies
– Designing flexible learning for adults
– Diversity and inclusion in Higher Education
Find more about the themes here.
We are happy to accept three kinds of papers:
- Research papers drawing on theoretical debates or empirical research, contextualized within current national and international policy debate, which develop the theoretical base of the field or report on significant research done;
Length: max. 3000-5000 words
- Innovative Practice/Short papers including critical evaluations to share and discuss specific projects or practical approaches that either are in progress or have been completed;
Length: max. 2000-3000 words
- Discussion papers presenting informed opinion and reflection on current research and policy developments on university lifelong learning.
Length: max. 1000-2000 words
All research papers undergo a double-blind review. Innovative practice/short papers and discussion papers are reviewed by one of the editorial board members.
- Deadline submission papers – 30 November 2021
- Feedback to authors on reviews – 12 April 2022
- Deadline for revisions – 3 May 2022
- Publication date – 30 May 2022
Please, always use the House Style in your manuscripts to avoid slowing or endangering the process of peer-reviewing of your work.
We look forward to receiving your works!