Celebrating Sabine Manning and the L&W NewsletterAbout one month ago our friend Sabine Manning published the latest edition of the Newsletter for European Research in Learning and Work [L&W]. As we know, she has been editing ...
Celebrating Felix Rauner - Years and more! (Part Two)During the first week of May this year Professor Felix Rauner celebrates his 80th birthday - and we celebrate with him: Congratulations and many happy returns! Given the corona-pandemic and ...
Celebrating Felix Rauner - Years and more! (Part One)During the first week of May this year Professor Felix Rauner celebrates his 80th birthday - and we celebrate with him: Congratulations and many happy returns! Given the corona-pandemic and ...
25 years working with Graham Attwell - networking, social media and new challengesSome time ago it has crossed my mind that i should write some lines on my cooperation with Graham Attwell. Indeed, I have already written a blog post on my ...
Thoughts on retirement and retreat - Part One: What consequences for blogging?In my latest blog posts I have been closing my activities as a project-based researcher. In addition, I have made a brief review on different phases of my career with ...
Remembering Gerhard ZimmerYesterday - after a long delay - I got the sad news that my friend of old, professor Gerhard Zimmer had passed away. As I read from the 'In Memoriam' ...
Notes on the Blogchat of February - ePosters powered by Learning Toolbox are not merely ...Some time ago I had a chat with my colleague Gilbert Peffer on the recent progress with the Learning Toolbox (LTB) that was developed in our common project. I was ...
Meine persönliche Erfahrungen mit der Wende - Part Two: Memories of Germany October 1990In my previous post I shared some memories of my study visit to Germany in October/November 1989. However, I didn't write the post primarily as a report of the study ...
Wrapping up the ECER 2019 experience - Part Five: Debates on VET research (past, present, ...With this blog post I conclude a series of posts on the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2019) that took place earlier last week in Hamburg, Germany. The first ...
Productivity, innovation, learning and 'Place'The UK Centre for Cities has been undertaking a lot of interesting research on the future of cities. In a recent article on their website, they look at 'why place ...
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