INTALL Webconference: Re-Thinking Adult Education Research
|Datum:||07.06.2021, 13:00 - 08.06.2021, 13:00 Uhr|
The flyer for the INTALL Webconference is out now!
The University of Florence is conducting a virtual webconference to the topic: Re-thinking Adult Education Research. Beyond the Pandemic towards the INTALL Project Results from 7th June to 8th June 2021.
With the conference, which will focus on the role of Adult Education research in the times of COVID-10 and on the importance of re-thinking Lifelong and Lifewide Learning for the future, the University of Florence not only will hit the ravanges of times, it also provides the opportunity to build a debate on the results of the INTALL project.
Everybody is welcome to join! Just sign up until 4th June 2021 under https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdSuk78fM5guDRVrcPYuh1PFRQmTHRNaBm4z5XBs-P8301cSg/viewform
For more information please also visit: https://sites.google.com/unifi.it/intalljune2021/home or write to email@example.com
Junior researchers and PhD students interested in making a poster presentation are invited to submit an abstract. The abstract should describe original research and should be 150 words or less and on one of the main topics:
- Innovation and Future Competences in Adult Education Research
- Professionalization in Adult Education
- Sustainability, Inclusion and Wellbeing: Topics for Adult Society and Smart Cities
- Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in Post-Covid Times: A Digital Transformation
The abstract structure should consist of: Title, Author/s and affiliation, Keywords (3-5), Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusion and Bibliography (for quotes and bibliography use APA style). Please do not use tables, charts or graphs in the abstract submission.
The researches presented will be included in the Conference proceeding.
Please send your abstract through this online module:
The abstract submission deadline is 30 April 2021. Applicants will receive a decision notification on 10 May 2021. The poster submission deadline is 30 May 2021.
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