Since we last published a Newsletter (February 3), the European Adult Education InfoNet met for a Milestone Conference in Lisboa, Portugal. The conference took stock of the activities of InfoNet, not only during the preceding year, but since the beginning 10 years ago.
The main debate at the conference and the most important decision was to merge InfoNet with “Lifelong Learning in Europe” LLinE. This decision was preceded by a still closer cooperation the last 2-3 years. You can read more about this in the article by Michael Sommer.
We have highlighted three articles of the articles that have been published on the InfoNet website since last Newsletter:
Also appearing since early November are these articles:
You can read all these articles – as well as those previously published – at our website
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