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Lifelong action learning for community development; learning and development for a better world.

9789462093874

Lifelong action learning for community development; learning and development for a better world.

Zuber-Skerritt, Ortrun and Richard Teare.

Sense Publishers

2013

250 pages

$43.00

HV11

Authors Zuber-Skerritt (Griffith University, Australia) and Teare (Global University for Lifelong Learning) describe the benefits of Global University for Lifelong Learning (GULL), a system of learning that intentionally avoids the need for expensive resources so that anyone can participate. After an introduction to the theory and practice of lifelong action learning, they present cases demonstrating the use of GULL in rural communities in developing countries, showing how lifelong action learning can help individuals and communities attain self-reliance and financial independence.

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