publication . Book . 2013

Higher Education as Gateway of LLL for ALL

Alfredo Soeiro;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2013
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
Universities have been providing Continuing Education and Professional Development for adults since XIX century. Most universities have been developing activities beyond educating young students and researching towards providing training and education for adults. Universities have been researching and cooperating to develop structures, procedures, teaching methods, fora and know-how to provide the framework for adult education and training.
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free text keywords: Humanidades, Humanidades, Humanities, Humanities, Humanidades, Humanities
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Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage

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