Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN)

Centre for Lifelong Learning at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Lillehammer, is a National leading actor in further and continuing education.

Description

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences has approximately 13 000 students and 950 employees. The University offers 35 one-year study programs, 52 BA programs, 31 MA programs and 4 PhD programs within a vast number of subject areas, see www.inn.no. Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL) has 20 employees, situated in Lillehammer, and offers open courses and study programmes, commissioned teaching and professional educational development, as well as conferences and seminars. CLL includes a production unit with an advanced studio, producing learning resources and online and blended learning. CLL evaluates and researches the learning processes with the goal of developing and improving teaching and learning methods.

Type of partner/expertise sought

The Inland University/CLL has extensive experience in development, implementation and evaluation of on-line teaching and learning resources, and has about 120 ongoing projects related to how individuals, organizations and communities develop and acquire relevant competence skills for professional practice. With a solid experience from international projects, CLL is looking for a partner who can benefit from our knowledge in a proposed project, as well as strengthening our competence in adult learning, innovation, digitalisation, and regional development.

Type of expertise/competence offered

CLL provides e-learning packages, study programmes, conferences and seminars. CLL also undertakes research and evaluation on educational development and implementation. CLL includes a production unit, with a professional studio. CLL’s portfolio is a mixture of on-line and blended studies, and CLL is concerned that learning should be based on experiences learners bring with them to the learning situation. If this appeals to you, get in touch for further information.



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