Making Knowledge Work in a Learning Community A New Role for University and Local Government
The empirical research shown in this paper is a case study about the role played, in an Italian region, by the cooperation between a network of universities and the regional government in shifting from what was before intended as ‘adult education’ to what is now called ‘lifelong learning (LLL)’ (Jarvis, 2006). Through the project and the implementation of both research and teaching activities, the LLL Inter-University Centre has been building what’s intended to become a ‘learning community for the adult education system’ in Campania, involving citizens and academic researcher networks in a cumulative process whose task is to increase both human and social capital.
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