Community Engagement as a pillar of degree programmes in Palestine
Pursuing higher education can be the only way to spend time, if there is no work or other possibilities. Palestinian university engages students by offering engagement with the community.
Open online education ensures education for all
Two education experts share their visions on the democratic potential of the open online education and resources.
Journalism should be a bridge builder
The journalistic media also plays a role in making research-based knowledge more accessible and visible in everyday life. The text is an editorial written for issue 3/2021 on Research & Practice of Adult Education.
Putting research into practice: challenges and opportunities in adult education
New initiatives in Sweden are bringing practice-oriented research into adult education. Two Nordic experts share their insights about how adult education research and the use of it could be further improved.
Talking senior language students out of insecurities
The older you get, the harder it is to learn a foreign language. Some would say almost impossible. But not Hungarian researcher Emese Schiller.
Outdoor study sessions brought surprising benefits to university and elderly students
With the outbreak of Covid-19, younger and older students in Italy and Slovenia found a surprising solution to isolation: classes outdoors.
Learning holidays: the magic of real-life interaction
Meet three Europeans who became outdoor educators through their passion for the people, cultures and the nature of their adopted countries of Spain, Italy and Vietnam.
Blissful bathing among mushrooms and leaves
“Forest bathing” has become a popular relaxation technique in Europe in recent years. The positive effects of this method have been scientifically proven.
Community gardens as a playground for social inclusion
Urban gardening has exploded in popularity during the past year. Particularly for people from immigrant backgrounds, community gardens can offer an important space for participation.
13 months on a bamboo bike: Using adventure to inspire environmental action
Kate Rawles is a lecturer turned activist who cycled 8,000 miles to raise awareness about the loss of biodiversity.