Memories of the past link with learning about the future

Wilkinson, Graham
May 2002
Adults Learning;May2002, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p24
Focuses on the adult learning project Lancashire Remembered, which addressed the learning needs of the elderly in Lancashire, England. Composition of the management team which monitors the progress of the project; Discussion on the organization of the project; Description of the sessions; Information on the mobile library and Web site of the county.


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