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Author/s:  Ursula Giere and Susan Imel
Publisher/s:  UNESCO Institute for Education
Published:  1999 in Hamburg, Germany
ULC:  UNEVOC Library Catalogue ID 4162

Final Report: Task Force E-mail Seminar of the Adult Learning Documentation and Information Network (ALADIN)

A group of people representing both the potential users and the currently most active adult learning documentation and information centres took stock of the present situation in the different regions of the world and concluded that the organization of an interactive knowledge management system was urgently needed in this domain. What emerged from the workshop was the need for correcting the uneven distribution of documentation centres and networking; promoting the flow of information between both industrialized and developing countries, from South to North, from East to West and vice versa; and bringing in those centres that are not linked electronically. The Head of the Documentation Centre of the UNESCO Institute for Education, Ursula Giere, initiated and planned the workshop and was asked by participants to lead and co-ordinate such initiative.


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