The Adult Learner - the only peer reviewed Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education. Founded in the mid-1980s this long established, highly regarded journal is essential reading for anyone interested in or studying adult learning.
Call for Abstracts: 2021’s edition of The Adult Learner will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on adult, community and further education. Please see the Call for Abstracts here. Interested parties should submit an abstract and bio to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, 28th September.
The Adult Learner, the Irish Journal of adult and community education is a valuable resource that documents the growth and development of adult learning policy and practice. It provides a forum for critical reflection on the practices of teaching and learning, giving priority to subject matter that addresses disadvantage, social exclusion, equality, workplace learning and the study of the teacher/student relationship.
This pdf file contains the complete Adult Learner Journal 2019
Introduction to the Adult Learner Journal 2019. Includes a Guest Foreword from Former Editor Liam Bane.
All editions of the Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education, The Adult Learner,
from 1985 – 2018, are available free of charge for download here.