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Dataset: Comparative Research in Adult Education

Organisation/Inst./Platform   Set of Research/Analytical Work/Data Access
EAEA Country Studies Based on template items outdated!    
ESREA Research upon networks' themes be put into comparison, RELA thematic collections, Peter LANG series on thematic publications ESREA networks' represented topics

Education at glance

CERI research papers
PIAAC template

Section C/6
ISCAE Theoretical frames for comparative research Two book compilations on comparative research methods
ICAE Advocacy guides Part I-VI The right to Education and Lifelong Learning: Supporting materials for advocacy in the post-2015 process
UNESCO UIL GRALE reporting analysis

International review of education
UNESCO UIL – ALADIN database and library Collection of Lifelong Learning strategies Policy
DVV International International perspectives in Adult Education

Adult Education and development
Themes for comparison
INFONET (closed) Countries, institutions, topics No comparison
EPALE Database and blog-entries, resources, events, news, glossary Learner support, learning environment, life skills, policy, quality
PASCAL Observatory News, blogs, events, library  
VET in Europe, identifying skills needs

Skills panorama
cVET developments, skills missmatch, lifelong guidance, VPL

Inspiring choices on skills and jobs in Europe
Commission-based Surveys on Adult Learning and Education 2011-2013 Compiled publication avaliable

Compiled summary available

Official summary NOT avalaible

No results available yet on ed. and training of young adults
Quality in the Adult Learning sector (Research voor Beleid)

Financing Adult Learning and Education (FIBS/ Humboldt Uni zu Berlin)

Opening HE to adults (DIE/ Humboldt Uni zu Berlin)

Horizon 2020 research
2011-2013 period dataset

EURYDICE – Country Descriptions Point 8. Adult Education and Traning Institutions, funding, legistlation
World Bank Country report – Adult Education in Russia Skills development
Lifelong Learning Platform When competences become occupational opportunities - an analysis How informal and non-formal learning can be recognised and used in Europe