This is the theme of the July 2006 issue of Studies in Continuing Education.
Studies in Continuing Education publishes material which will contribute to improving practice in the field of continuing education and of bringing theory and practice into closer association. Contributions are sought on all aspects of the field. These include: accounts of new initiatives, discussions of key issues, review articles, reports of research and development, and reflections on theory and practice. Papers drawing upon any one or more perspectives on the field are welcome. Of particular interest are contributions from practitioners in any area who may wish to engage in critical reflection on their own practices.
From the current issue:
- Technology and the articulation of vocational and academic interests: reflections on time, space and e-learning
- Learning technologies for adult continuing education
- E-learning futures? Speculations for a time yet to come