Lifelong Learning and the University: A Post-Dearing Agenda

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vi
  • Contents vii
  • Contents viii
  • Foreword xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Part 1 - The Context: from Robbins to Dearing 1
  • 1 - Changes in UK Higher Education 3
  • 2 - Changes in Society, the Economy and Politics 14
  • 3 - Europe and Lifelong Learning 21
  • Part 2 - Participation 25
  • 4 - Getting into Higher Education 27
  • 5 - Getting on in Higher Education 33
  • 6 - Coming Back to Higher Education 39
  • Part 3 - Curriculum 45
  • 7 - Modules, Semesters and Credits 47
  • 8 - Learning in the University 55
  • 9 - Learning Away from the University 62
  • 10 - The Professional Dimension 68
  • 11 - Quality and Standards 74
  • Part 4 - Resources 81
  • 12 - Supporting Students 83
  • 13 - Supporting Institutions 95
  • 14 - Supporting Staff 109
  • 15 - Supporting Communities 115
  • 16 - Supporting the State 122
  • Part 5 - Impact 129
  • 17 - Lifelong Learning and the World of Work 131
  • 18 - Lifelong Learning and the Common Culture 135
  • 19 - Lifelong Learning and the University Community 142
  • Part 6 - Postscript 149
  • 20 - The Dearing Vision: a Prognosis 151
  • 21 - Lifelong Learning and Uace 156
  • References 166
  • Index 173
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