European Lifelong Learning Magazine ELM
Elm (European Lifelong Learning Magazine; ISSN 2489-5865) is a free online magazine on lifelong learning and adult education. It is the only journalistic medium of adult education with a European scope and with a continent-wide correspondent network. Elm Magazine headquarters is located in Helsinki, and the main publisher is the Finnish Lifelong Learning Foundation, KVS.
European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA)
The European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) is the voice of non-formal adult education in Europe. EAEA is a European NGO with 142 member organisations in 44 countries and represents more than 60 million learners Europe-wide. Newspage, twitter, facebook
The portal erwachsenenbildung.at informs about education information systems, basic issues and current topics of Adult Education in Austria and the EU and offers a lot of services. Further, news articles and events are published on the portal on a regular basis. An online-journal enables knowledge transfer from science and good practice to adult educators. A newsletter keeps readers informed at least twice a month.
Magazine published by the The Catholic Adult Education of Germany (Katholische Erwachsenenbildung – KEB Deutschland) is the umbrella organization of all Catholic adult education institutions in Germany. The KEB is the largest nonmunicipal provider of general adult education in Germany.
For a basic introduction to journalistic writing and public relations for adult education in Europe we recommend you read the 24- page brochure ‘Writing for Europe’, a result of the partnership project ‘European Infonet Adult Education’ - a predecessor of LEK-AE. The brochure is based on the development work and experience of dozens of correspondents from AE institutions, AE magazines and freelance journalists all over Europe, who contributed articles to the Infonet platform between 2004 and 2015. Trainers as well as learners are highly recommended to make use of the brochure as part of their preparation.
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