In the previous issue, we informed you of the continuation of the EAAL project in the 2020–2021 period. Before we go full throttle into new challenges, we should first look back at the previous period. We should definitely do so because we submitted an extensive final report at the end of February which demonstrated the complexity of our activity, while we received the news in May that the report had been accepted.
In the 2017–2019 project phase, we conducted a number of events, produced many video publications and recorded statements by important stakeholders, set up the Upskilling Pathways e-portal, disseminated our activities and products through various media and summarised them in the overhauled online EAAL e-bulletin.
There are many added values
New Period with Less Broad, But In-Depth Work
The aforementioned upgrades to the tool and contents of the 2017–2019 phase will be complemented by six events dealing with the topics of the Forum on the Future of Learning organised on 24 January 2019 in Brussels: digitalisation of society, demographic changes (migrations and the ageing society), inclusion and citizenship, environmental challenges and technological change and the future of work. The first three forums are planned in conjunction with the joint campaigns of the LLW 2020 project, while the other three are planned for next year. The second branch of activities will be devoted to overhauling and upgrading of the Kam po znanje (Overview of the adult education offer in Slovenia) portal. The third will be devoted to the setup of a systematic communication strategy that will make our results available to various end users – policymakers, adult educators and learners.
Zvonka Pangerc Pahernik, MSc (email@example.com), SIAE