Release of the new issue of the European Journal of University Lifelong Learning (EJULL)


News from the chair of adult and continuing education: The new issue of EJULL was published on 22 December 2023, this time focusing on co-creation, collaboration and partnership in higher education developments.

The journal was published on 22 December 2023 and is available with open access at the following link

The Editorial Board of the current issue consists of Eva Cendon (Editor-in-Chief), Wieger Bakker (Guest editor), Utrecht University, Netherlands, and Timo Halttunen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland. This issue of the European Journal of University Lifelong Learning (EJULL) focuses on co-creation, collaboration and partnership, topics that focussed on the 2023 eucen conference in Utrecht.

The contents focus on three main aspects: (a) cooperation and co-creation and how they jointly create effective continuing education, (b) learning in the workplace and the relationship to higher education and effective continuing education, and (c) embedding academic continuing education as a key task of universities.

More information and an overview of further publications relating to the Chair of Adult and Continuing Education can be found under the following link: