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Transcripts of participants’ interviews were deposited at the UK Data Archive. The Learning Lives dataset will become a unique historical document about adult learning in the 20th and early 21st century.
WebsEdge TV produced a short film called The Learning Life. The film shows the challenges faced by adult learners when trying to access learning opportunities and then use their new skills in productive and meaningful work.
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