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UIL publishes ‘Snapshots of learning cities’ responses to COVID-19’

Written by Christina Drews on Aug 24, 2021 11:54 am

UIL is happy to inform PASCAL subscribers about its Snapshots publication concerning learning cities.

‘Snapshots of Learning Cities’ Responses to COVID-19’ is a collection of case studies that emerged from a 2020 webinar series. Featuring thirteen case studies across five themes, the publication delves into the process of establishing new initiatives when faced with a sudden crisis.

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ALCN Ripples August Newsletter

Written by Leone Wheeler on Aug 23, 2021 11:44 am

The August edition of the Australian Learning Communities Network (ALCN) newsletter features a paper by Peter Kearns, AO, about Building Resilience in Turbulent Times with strategic planning suggestions for learning cities and learning communities; also Adult Learners Week, Learning Festivals, and Webinars on Workability.

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Four Top Findings for Placemaking Practitioners | Placemaking Weekly

Written by Susan Kelly on Aug 22, 2021 12:18 pm

This newsletter from the Project for Public Spaces connects people who share a passion for public spaces to ideas and issues, news, quotes, places, and events from the placemaking movement.

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Opportunity at Glasgow: Lecturer in Multimodal Literacies (Research & Teaching Track)

Written by Margery McMahon on Aug 20, 2021 11:40 am

The University has advertised the following position: Lecturer in Multimodal Literacies (Research & Teaching Track).

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Good News. Deadline Extended for Abstracts and Panel Proposals for Conference 'Beyond Borders and Boundaries: Europe, Eurasia and Asia'

Written by Matthew Coote on Aug 19, 2021 12:24 pm

The deadline to submit an abstract or panel proposal has been extended to 1 September 2021 so there's still time if you want to present your research at this conference. 

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Learning for a Better Future - Marius Venter & Suzanne Hattingh (eds.)

Written by Marius Venter on Aug 19, 2021 11:32 am

The origins of this scholarly book lie in a report published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 2016 titled: ‘Trends Shaping Education 2016’. This report provides an overview of key economic, social and demographic trends and raises questions about their potential impact on the sectors of education and society generally.

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Engaging Ageing '21 - The Future of Ageing and the Silver Economy

Written by Maria Slowey on Aug 18, 2021 11:14 am
Start: Nov 1 2021
End: Nov 3 2021
Timezone: Europe/Dublin

DCU Age-Friendly is proud to host its third international conference "Engaging Ageing '21 “The Future of Ageing and the Silver Economy”, November 1 – 3, 2021.

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NEP: New Economics Papers - Social Norms and Social Capital - Digest, Vol 129, Issue 2

Written by Fabio Sabatini on Aug 17, 2021 12:35 pm

In this issue we feature 5 current papers on the theme of social capital, chosen by Fabio Sabatini (Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”):

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Walk/Bike/Places 2021: Building Back Better | Placemaking Weekly

Written by Susan Kelly on Aug 15, 2021 12:27 pm

This newsletter from the Project for Public Spaces connects people who share a passion for public spaces to ideas and issues, news, quotes, places, and events from the placemaking movement.

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Triangulating Novel Mixed-Method Educational Data to Develop Effective, Evidence-Based Policy - 28 September, 1230 (BST)

Written by Catherine Lido on Aug 14, 2021 12:17 pm
Start: Sep 28 2021 12:30
End: Sep 28 2021 14:00
Timezone: Europe/London
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Urban Big Data Centre (UBDC)
University of Glasgow
Scotland

The Urban Big Data Centre’s Educational Disadvantage & Place (ED&P) group led by PASCAL Deputy Director, Professor Catherine Lido, at the University of Glasgow has employed a spectrum of complementary quantitative and qualitative methods, often blurring the lines between, to address educational inequalities, with a view to informing the development of more effective policy solutions to the educational attainment gaps at all stages of life-long/life-wide education in Scotland and elsewhere.

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