UIL blog: It’s time to embrace not just the lifelong but the life-wide dimension of learning


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9 February 2021

Humankind has always engaged in lifelong learning, but it has meant different things at different points in time. This will always be the case. In this period of rapid transformation, contemporary society obliges people to learn and to keep on learning throughout their lives. The world is complex, hyper-connected and increasingly turbulent. It is also fragile, and cannot be sustained if we carry on using it in the way we have, writes Norman Jackson. Read on...