Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Life Long Learning Laboratory
Assoc. prof. Jolanta Urbanovič
E-mail: jolanta@mruni.eu

Vision    
To create a suitable environment for interdisciplinary scientific knowledge formation and tranfer to a lifelong learning system operating processes, to have a clear research direction and program, periodically actualized according to the external and internal needs.

Mission    
Periodically analyse and evaluate lifelong learning and condition processes, based on integration of fundamental and applicable research, suitable to form a creative, responsible and open personality. (strategy "Lithuania 2030");
To create lifelong researchers network, participate in international organizations and network activities, to strengthen lifelong learning and educational research scientific potential;
To reach new science-based solutions, closely cooperate with public authorities, educational institutions and the social partners in Lithuania and abroad;
Contribute to public policy objectives and measures of justification, assessment of the consequences by using research and expert activities, strengthen lifelong learning and the whole educational system.

Activity characteristics    

  • Interdisciplinary Perspective
  • Multi-level view to lifelong learning
  • A systematic approach to lifelong learning
  • Lifelearning comparative research
  • Evidence for lifelong learning policy decisions
  • Integration of fundamental and applied research, while performing  educational, expert and advisory activities
  • Participation in national and international networks
  • Study and scientific integration


Research Priorities:

  • Life long learning ideology and values
  • Life long learning management
  • Life long learning organizational structure
  • Life long learning financing models
  • Life long learning legal environment
  • Life long learning supportive processes

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

Lithuania Social Sciences
learning Social Sciences
student Social Sciences
social media Social Sciences
education Social Sciences
university Social Sciences
Teaching Social Sciences
teacher attitude Social Sciences

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Research Output 2002 2018

Open Access
discourse
taxonomy
dictionary
resources

A Study of Tertiary Teachers’ Attitudes towards Web 2.0 Technologies and their Use for Teaching EFL and ESP

Selevičienė, E. & Burkšaitienė, N., 2018, Establishing Predominance of English for Specific Purposes within Adult English Language Teaching. Stojković, N. & Burkšaitienė, N. (eds.). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. 94-118 25 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

teacher attitude
Teaching
Lithuania
educator
teacher
Open Access
creativity
learning environment
university
student
development of creativity