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the Centre for Learning, Social Economy and Work at OISE, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto
 

Work and Lifelong Learning Research (1998-2010)
 

Research initiatives undertaken by the Centre for the Study of Education focussed on lifelong learning, and public reaction to educational policy. These projects were founded by Dr. D.W. Livingstone, former researcher and professor at OISE/UT. 
 

New Approaches to Lifelong Learning Project (NALL)

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Funded by the SSHRC from 1998-2003, NALL included more than 50 researchers and collaborators. NALL was a project of the former Centre for the Study of Education and Work led by Dr. D.W. Livingstone.

NALL's main objectives were to document current relations between:

  • Informal learning and formal/nonformal education
  • Identify major social barriers to integrating informal learning with formal/nonformal programs and certification,
  • and, Support new program initiatives that promise to overcome such barriers.

NALL produced a wealth of empirical data, both qualitative and quantitative, on the subject of lifelong learning.

For access to the many publications of the NALL research network, please click here. 

 


 

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These two projects were supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
 
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