Presents CLEAR, which stands for “community learning empowerment and resources”, a project led by the City of Bath College (UK) as a global consortium of interested groups in Austria, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Romania, Thailand, and the USA. Discusses the exploitation of advances in information and communications technology (ICT) to improve the quality, scale, diversity and economy of access to education and training as a fundamental contribution to sustaining and regenerating the economic and cultural lives of the localities involved. It forms 9 community learning utilities which exploit new ICT to create widespread, affordable access to education and training resources using virtual educational mobility (VEM) for all who wish to learn, including those whose access is presently disadvantaged by their condition. Addresses the problems for project management of a telematic world of unavoidably very short time horizons.
Allen Edwards, T. (1996), "Community learning with an “intelligent” college: a new way to learn", Journal of European Industrial Training, Vol. 20 No. 1, pp. 4-14. https://doi.org/10.1108/03090599610105237Download as .RIS
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