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Professor Ebba Ossiannilsson, a member of NVL Digital, is interviewed on the topic of open online education in Elm Magazine’s most recent issue.
Piaac.net makes results and data from the PIAAC survey accessible for the benefit of researchers and adult educators in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
Elm Magazine’s autumn issue explores the relationship between research and practice in adult education.
Anni Karttunen, a Nordic and international validation expert, tells in a podcast about the different tools in the new Nordic Quality Compass on Validation
The survey addresses experts, practitioners, policy-makers, civil servants, project managers and others involved in the field of guidance and/or validation of skills and competencies.
NVL shares knowledge and experiences from Nordplus
The European Commission has started an evaluation process on progress made in implementing the Upskilling Pathways initiative
VALUE Roadmap is a new method for strengthening collaboration in early childhood education and care
After an enriching two-year journey that gathered more than 200 practitioners all over Europe, the UP-AEPRO partners are ready to launch the UP-AEPRO policy recommendations.
NVL has published a new publication about results from Clever Competence, workshop for young adults
NVL presents a new discussion paper on digitalization and learning in a lifelong perspective.
– a reality check for EU visions
NVL shares knowledge and results from the work of our Nordic networks through a new dissemination format, called one-pager.
This page presents the key results and links to further material from Biennale.
The VPL Biennale is calling for examples of best practice in three categories: products, procedures, policies.
After Rotterdam (2015) and Aarhus (2017), the 3rd Biennale on the Validation of Prior Learning (VPL) will take place in Berlin, Germany, on May 7 and 8, 2019. Early registration starts in September.
Webinar Wednesday 19 April 2017, 15.00-16.00 CET
This paper presents the key findings of the evaluation as well as related input for reflection and recommendations for potential ways forward.
Validation of non-formal and informal learning makes our labour markets more resilient and contributes to the integration of migrants and refugees by valuing the prior knowledge and experiences of people.
Join the free online course to learn more about adult learning in the 21st century. The course is free of charge and organized by EAEA.
How can you prove that you have a skill? Can you grade democratic competencies? Validation in non-formal adult learning has been a thorny issue for decades. Now, we might be close to a solution. At least, that seemed to be the implicit message when more than 45 experts from all over Europe met in Oslo for a two-day expert seminar on validation.
Finally, it is here. This second edition of the European guidelines is the result of a two-year process involving a wide range of stakeholders active in validation at European, national and/or sectoral levels.
New opportunities for self-motivated and hobby-based learning are being developed for asylum seekers and native Finns in the Learning Spaces project launched by University of Eastern Finland.
Can you imagine a future in which machines can learn?