An initial meeting of the English Youth Panel took place at Nottingham University on 26th April. The young people were interested to have the opportunity to visit a university. Members of the Nottingham ENLIVEN team from both the Education and Computer Science Departments attended. We discussed "Research in Society" and "Data and information relating to … Continue reading ENLIVEN Youth Panel England
The first meeting of the Enliven Slovakia Youth Panel was organised in Košice, November 29th 2017, in the Eastern part of Slovakia in order to reach out to young people in the more distanced regions. About 20 representatives from organisations and initiatives working with youth and young adults in different regions of Slovakia participated in … Continue reading ENLIVEN Youth Panel Slovakia
Pepka Boyadjieva and her colleague Petya Ilieva-Trichkova from the Bulgarian team have just published an article "Horizontal Differentiation Matters: Moderating Influence of the Type of Upper Secondary Education on Students’ Transitions" from our project. You may view the article via this link.
Eve-Liis Roosmaa and Ellu Saar from our Estonian team have produced the following journal articles from the project. Räis, M.-L., & Saar, E. (2017). Participation in job-related training in European countries: The impact of skill supply and demand characteristics. Journal of Education and Work, 30(5), 531−551. doi: 10.1080/13639080.2016.1243229 Roosmaa, E.-L., & Saar, E. (2017). Adults who do not want to … Continue reading Two newly published articles by Estonian team
Many congratulations to Dr Ellen Boeren, who has just received the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education's (AAACE) Cyril O. Houle Award 2017 in recognition of her outstanding contribution to adult education literature. The Cyril O. Houle Award was established in 1981 to honour the scholarship and memory of Cyril O. Houle, Professor of … Continue reading Boeren received AAACE Cyril O. Houle Award
By Sharon Clancy “…in our messy, fuzzy, anarchic field of practice, how can we produce neatly packaged bundles of evidence that might be useful to busy policymakers?” (Field, 2015). [see Note] One of the joys of working on a project like ENLIVEN, which spans two scientific disciplines, is its ability to challenge ways of thinking. … Continue reading The joys and challenges of inter-disciplinary working – a social science and computer science story
The ENLIVEN project was presented at two international events in Sofia, Bulgaria. The first one was the international scientific workshop for the 8th wave (2018-2019) of SHARE - Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe. The Bulgarian team coordinating SHARE is led by Dr. Ekaterina Markova and includes Dr. Gabriela Yordanova and two members … Continue reading Project presented to 2 events in Bulgaria