LEM - The Learning Museum Network Project
This space provides visitors the opportunity to learn about museums and lifelong learning, to exchange ideas, information and materials, as well as to find out more about the project.
It is apparent museums in the 21st century can play an active role in lifelong learning society by integrating collections, spaces and learning programmes into a new joined up framework that connects formal and informal learning providers, increasing access to cultural life and fostering social cohesion, innovation and creativity. The LEM - Learning Museum Network aims to create a permanent network of museums and cultural heritage organisations and address the challenges of the EU 2020 Strategy and to play an active role with regard to lifelong learning.
The MeLa Project will conclude its four year research programme with a three-day event, aimed at providing a critical overview on the main findings ensuing from its investigations and a forward-looking discussion about the future of European museums. A highly interdisciplinary panel of scholars and policy makers from all over the world will trigger a multi-perspective debate, bringing together the latest insights on museums’ challenges and chances in the framework of the contemporary global and multi-cultural scenario.
This questionnaire was commissioned by the Standing Committee on Copyrights and Related Rights of WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) and explores existing national copyright systems of limitations and exceptions for museums. Your answers will contribute to find better solutions to new environments and questions that museums have to deal with when getting in touch with Copyrights. The deadline to participate is 16 December 2014.
A report published by EAEA: On a daily basis, EAEA monitors proceedings on the general European level, and advocates for the importance of adult education. During 2014 EAEA launched a survey for its members to create specific country reports for various European countries. The aim was to create accessible overviews that will help us to connect with one another, learn from each other and ultimately provide new insights and information to be used in advocacy work. The report is available as a PDF file or as a hard copy at the EAEA office in Brussels.
This is the third book in the Pestalozzi series. The first, Teacher Education for Change, dealt with the underlying philosophy of the Pestalozzi Programme and its approach to education in general and teacher education in particular. The second, Intercultural Competence for All, looked at the various implications of promoting the development of intercultural competence as a main concern of mainstream education.