The following document is part of a collection of papers that build on the UIL report Embracing a Culture of Lifelong Learning.
In light of the ever-expanding and increasingly diverse learning opportunities available today, Daniel Baril’s paper argues for a more holistic and systematic approach to guide education policy debate to address current and future challenges. The framework of lifelong learning captures the complexity of learning processes and serves as a powerful model for transforming education and learning. The paper also exposes some tendencies that are shaping the landscape of lifelong learning and explores current shifts regarding learning supply, learning demand and learning process design.
- Author/Editor: Baril, Daniel
Transdisciplinary perspectives on the futures of lifelong learning
- UNESCO - 2021
- Available in: English