How to make learning accessible to everyone
A learning city fosters education and lifelong learning for everyone. To make learning accessible, learning cities promote learning in the formal education system, in family and communities, for and through the workplace, in public spaces and through digital technologies. Making learning accessible also involves addressing the learning needs of citizens as well as creating conditions that enable participation and ensure quality in learning.
The video tutorial on ‘How to make learning accessible to everyone’ will provide answers to the following questions:
- What are the core elements to consider for ensuring accessible learning for all?
- How do learning cities embrace opportunities for learning?
- What are the potential barriers to make learning accessible and how can they be addressed?
Remember: Building a learning city is a collective and continuous journey. It requires a concrete action plan with strong political leadership and steadfast commitment, structured dialogue and consensus involving all stakeholders, diverse celebratory events charged with enthusiasm and inspiration, easy accessibility and enjoyable experiences for all citizens, proper monitoring and evaluation of progress, and sustainable and secure funding. You can find detailed instructions on these action tips in our Guidelines for Building Learning Cities and the complementary video tutorials.