31 janvier 2017

Borders and Networks: The Forgotten Elements of Development

The latest SWAC/OECD publication Cross-Border Co-operation and Policy Networks in West Africa addresses the crucial but often overlooked issue of cross-border co-operation, employing an analytical approach sparsely used in the development field and in West Africa in particular – social network analysis. These two unique features of the publication make for enriching reading. More...

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30 janvier 2017

Les frontières et les réseaux oubliés du développement

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "oecd-development-matters.org"La publication CSAO/OCDE « Coopération transfrontalière et réseaux de gouvernance en Afrique de l’Ouest », aborde le sujet – crucial mais trop méconnu – de la coopération transfrontalière, par le biais d’une approche encore peu utilisée en Afrique de l’Ouest et dans le monde du développement : l’analyse des réseaux sociaux. Cette double originalité fait de la lecture de cet ouvrage une expérience pleine d’enseignements. Voir l'article...

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18 décembre 2016

Universités & Territoires n° 114 - L’ESR à l’heure de l’effacement des frontières

Universités & TerritoiresUniversités & Territoires est une lettre électronique qui existe depuis juin 2003. L’objectif de la lettre est de montrer, par la valorisation d’actions et d’expériences emblématiques et remarquables, aux décideurs territoriaux que l’Université joue un rôle centrale dans l’émergence d’une société de la connaissance. Universités & Territoires n° 114.

Séquence Intermédiaire - Universités & Territoires n° 114
François Rio, délégué général de l’AVUF a laissé la parole à Claus Habfast, vice-président à la recherche et à l’enseignement supérieur de Grenoble Alpes Métropole, Anne Besnier, viceprésidente ESR de la région Centre-Val de Loire et enfin Khaled Bouabdallah, président de l’université de Lyon et vice-président de la CPU. Voir la suite dans Universités & Territoires n°114 (Format PDF).

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19 août 2013

Between borders – How and why do we define academic territory?

http://www.universityaffairs.ca/images/BlogSpeculativeDiction.jpgBy . I first came across the term Critical University Studies (CUS) when it was mentioned in a 2012 Chronicle of Higher Ed article by Jeffrey J. Williams. The likely reason I hadn’t heard of this “emerging field” was that it seems the name hadn’t been used very much before, other than by Williams and Heather Steffen as discussed in the article – though Christopher Newfield has been described as one of the scholars who “helped to found” the field. Because the term wasn’t coming up in the framing of daily discussions I’d been seeing and papers I’d been reading about the critique of academe, I didn’t think about CUS again until recently, when a colleague in the UK, Dr. Martin Paul Eve, wrote to me about a project he’s working on that addresses some similar issues (he also wrote this blog post). Since my name was being connected to the aforementioned emerging field, I figured I’d better look more closely at what’s been said about it. More...

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22 novembre 2008

The lifelong learning ecosystem in Korea : evolution of learning capitalism?

 logoKorean lifelong learning in practice is gradually adapted by neo-liberals and the discourses of the economic market. Considering that the public foundation of Korean education is fragile to cope with the market challenge, the whole picture of Korean learning ecology is rapidly distorted towards the establishment of the learning market and the challenge it presents to public education. This paper attempts to grasp the evolution of the lifelong learning ecosystem in Korea and to explain the meaning of the learning market in this context. I am going to argue that the emergence of the learning market changed the traditional learning ecosystem significantly; the discourse of lifelong learning in this context also rapidly deconstructs the code of 'education' and replaces the learning system to fit to learning capitalism as a part of the knowledge economy; and the Korean case clearly reveals the changes in the complex ecosystem of lifelong learning in this way.Author: Han, Soonghee. Source: International Journal of Lifelong Education, Volume 27, Number 5, September 2008 , pp. 517-524(8). Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
La formazione permanente degli ecosistemi in Corea: l'evoluzione del capitalismo di apprendimento? Coreano l'apprendimento permanente, in pratica, è gradualmente adattato dal neo-liberali e dei discorsi del mercato economico. Considering that the public foundation of Korean education is fragile to cope with the market challenge, the whole picture of Korean learning ecology is rapidly distorted towards the establishment of the learning market and the challenge it presents to public education. Considerando che il fondamento della pubblica istruzione coreano è fragile per far fronte alla sfida del mercato, l'intera immagine del coreano apprendimento ecologia è distorta rapidamente verso la creazione del mercato di apprendimento e la sfida si presenta al pubblico di istruzione.

 

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