Lifelong Learning: Interdisciplinary Approaches

Friday 28th - Saturday 29th January 2011, University Of Macedonia

Lifelong Learning constitutes a key element within contemporary education. Now, more than ever, it is crucial that scientific theory and research is employed to address the meaning of lifelong learning in 21st century society and the practical issues thereof. The conference will be of interest to professionals and scientists, and all those involved in Learning. In particular, the conference will address the interdisciplinary nature of learning in contemporary society.

The conference program will include contributions from both Greek and international academics. The conference program included scientists from the following fields: Adult Education, Special Education, Moral Philosophy, Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Medical Education, Biology, E-learning/Computer Science, Psychology, Counseling and Vocational Guidance. In addition, the conference will include a special session devoted to the research of postgraduate and Ph.D students.