Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE)


Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE)

Description: Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE) is a journal with a
unique concept: the publication is a combination of a scientific
journal and a magazine and, unlike any other publication in Europe, is
directed at the whole of the adult education field: researchers,
advocates, decision makers and educators. LLinE therefore is a bridge
builder across the different sectors of the adult education field.

The core mission of the journal is to publish top quality articles on
adult education research, policy and good practices. LLinE also
comments on topical events and phenomena, meets and talks to
interesting colleagues, offers resources for education advocates and
reviews literature.

Our values are drawn from a view of lifelong learning as crucial to
societal and individual well being and active civil society.

Publisher: The Finnish Lifelong Learning Foundation

Language: English

Country: Finland

Frequency: Quarterly

Subscription fee: No

Start year: 2012

P-ISSN: 1239-6826

Editor: Kristiina Kumpulainen

Email: kristiina.kumpulainen@helsinki.f

Abstracts: Yes

Language of abstracts: English

Keywords: Adult Education

Subject: Education

Date Posted: 19 March, 2013

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
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