Learning technologies and the lifelong learner: armament or disarmament?

  • Jane Seale

Abstract

In a general context, lifelong learning appears to be about increasing access to education and supporting individual development. In the specific context of the United Kingdom, lifelong learning is about converting people to a culture of learning in order that the nation can produce creative, enterprising scholars (Blunkett, 1998). In both contexts, it is considered that learning needs to be a lifelong commitment, in order that individuals can fulfil their potential and improve themselves.

DOI:10.1080/0968776990070110

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Seale, J. (1). Learning technologies and the lifelong learner: armament or disarmament?. Research in Learning Technology, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v7i1.11242
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