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    Online Preparation

    Below seven online tutorials are provided, which should help to prepare for the first week of the Winter School. All seven online tutorials are organized in a self-directed learning mode and follow a different structure. Please work step by step (from left to right) on each tutorial.

    The online tutorials will be accessible by mid of September 2017.

    I. Introduction to the Joint Module

    Authors: Prof. Vanna Boffo, Dr. Gaia Gioli, Carlo Terzaroli, Nicoletta Tomei - University of Florence


    II. International Networks in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    • Németh, B. (2017). Critical Overview of the Roles of International Organisations in the Development of Adult Learning and Education. In: Slowey, Maria (ed.), Comparative Adult Education. Authors and Texts. Firenze University Press, Firenze. Pp. 117-159.

    Join the Online Disscusions:

    • 27th November 2017, 10 am
    • 29th November 2017, 1 pm

    Author: Prof. Balázs Németh - University of Pécs


    III. European Policies in Adult and Lifelong Learning

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    Author: Prof. Sabine Schmidt-Lauff, Jan Schiller - Helmut-Schmidt University


    IV. European Policies Strategies

    Information Video

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    • Lima, Licínio C.; Guimarães, P. & Touma, N. (2016). Adult learning and education policies in
      Germany, Portugal and Sweden: an analysis of national reports to CONFINTEA VI. In Regina Egetenmeyer (Ed.), Adult Education and Lifelong Learning in Europe and Beyond. Comparative Perspectives from the 2015 Würzburg Winter School. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Edition, pp. 29-66.
      https://www.peterlang.com/downloadpdf/97836
      53059731/9783653059731.00005.xml

    Join the Online Disscusions:

    • 11th December 2017,10 am
    • 14th December 2017, 6 pm

    Authors: Prof. Paula Guimarães, Catarina Doutor - University of Lisbon


    V. Introduction into Comparative Adult Education

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    • Egetenmeyer, R. (2016). What to compare? Comparative issues in adult education. In: Slowey, M. (ed.), Comparative Adult Education and Learning. Florence University Press. Pp. 79-95. URL: will follow

    Author: Prof. Dr. Regina Egetenmeyer - University of Würzburg


    VI. Examples of Comparison

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    • Clover, D. E., & Bell, L. (2013). Contemporary adult education philosophies and practices in art galleries and museums in Canada and the UK. Adult Learner: The Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education, 1 (1), Pp. 29-43.

    Authors: Dr. Monica Fedeli, Concetta Tino, Daniela Frison - University of Padua


    VII. Writing of the Transnational Essay

    Authors: Prof. Vanna Boffo, Dr. Gaia Giolo, Carlo Terzaroli, Nicoletta Tomei - University of Florence

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