InfoNet Newsletter 3/2014

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InfoNet Editorial Board | 12.06.2014 | European Affairs - News items

Constructivism and lifelong learning. Cartoon: Mester
InfoNet-Cartoon: Constructivism in lifelong learning (Mester)

In the newsletter text we have highlighted three articles of the stories that have been published on the InfoNet website since last newsletter:


Since the Newsletter 2-2014 the InfoNet also met for our yearly Milestone Conference, this year in Prague. Michael Sommer gives a report from the conference:

A number of other articles have also appeared, and we recommend to our readers to have a look at those articles and choose what may have your special interest:

You can access these at the InfoNet website ( – as well as the rich database of articles produced by InfoNet over the years.

Next issue of the Newsletter

The next issue of the Newsletter will appear in July. It will introduce the upcoming issue of the webmagazine LLinE – focusing on the topic of war, peace and conflict solving. The issues is related to the 100 year anniversary of the beginning of World War I.

InfoNet correspondents will contribute to the topic. This is part of the close cooperation between LLinE and InfoNet.

More articles on LLinE [Link to]


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About the author

Michael Voss
Michael Voss has been working for the Danish Adult Education Association since 2005 as information officer. DAEA is an umbrella organisation for national associations in the field of non-formal adult education, so Michael Voss has a broad knowledge about non-formal adult education, and he has a broad network in this area. He is primarily working with articles, newsletters and website editing for the DAEA.

Michael Voss was formerly employed as a journalist by a political party in the Danish parliament. Thus he has some insight into the political decision making process. In his present position he uses this background in advocacy for non-formal adult education.

Michael Voss has a diploma in information strategy.

Michael Voss has been working for InfoNet since 2006. He is presently correspondent, representative of DAEA, Editorial Board chairman and member of the Steering Commitee.



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