An Emerald mission in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The UN SDG 4 mission statement declares the importance of promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all. Lifelong learning can enhance our understanding of the world around us, provide us with more and better opportunities, and improve our quality of life.
Delve into our ‘lifelong learning’ mission to learn how, in partnership with some of our authors and experts from around the world, we have been exploring this subject, addressing issues such as: what forms lifelong learning can take, how we can encourage lifelong learning, and why it is so important.
We’re inviting authors to publish with us in the field of education, so if you are working on an article or would like to contribute a blog or commentary then we’d love to hear from you.
This mission is aligned with our Quality education for all goal
Webinar on lifelong learning
Traditional boundaries for higher education institutions have become increasingly fluid as they try to adapt to the rapidly changing conditions of a globalized world. Higher education has entered an era where lifelong (and life-wide) learning is not only necessary to modern life but it is also now viewed as a basic human right.
Join Professor Audrey Falk and expert panelists as they discuss the concept of lifelong learning.
The contribution of MOOCs to upskilling the labor force
Listen to Valentina Goglio, Assistant Professor at University of Turin, Italy, talk about her article with Sonia Bertolini on “The contribution of MOOCs to upskilling the labor force” and how it relates to lifelong learning.
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning
Volume 10 Issue 4 - Higher and Degree Apprenticeships: Equality and Diversity Matter
Publish open access in our quality education for all gateway
Our quality education for all gateway sits on our open access platform, Emerald Open Research. The gateway allows research findings to be immediately shared across the world. All research published is openly available to read, download and share.
Talk to us about your work
We really welcome insights not only from researchers but practitioners too about their work.
If you would like to contribute to the discussion, or you are working on research in areas related to lifelong learning, please let us know by filling in this form.