Innovative and Technology Enhanced Learning in European Adult Education
ILETS members recently attended the fourth partnership meeting of the EU Grundtvig project meeting in Suceava, Romania 6th – 8th May, 2014.
This Grundtvig Learning Partnership includes partners from Bulgaria (AVO Bell), Croatia (WYG savjetovanje), Romania (Association of Consultants in Development of Communities – ACDC) and UK/Scotland (University of Glasgow). It aims to exchange knowledge and practice across key stakeholders involved in the policy, practice and theory of adult learning to assess how different types of partners such as public, private and voluntary organisations can work together and adopt innovative approaches to learning to address the challenges of promoting participation in adult education in the current economic situation.
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Image: partner meeting – discussing progress and case studies