ENCELL

National Centre for Lifelong Learning

Welcome to Encell

Encell, the National Centre for Lifelong Learning, is the principal national organisation responsible for conducting research in and disseminating knowledge about lifelong education and learning. Encell is run under the auspices of Jönköping University Foundation,  and its organisational host is the School of Education and Communication (HLK).

Essay competition on lifelong learning

Lifelong learning is essential, not only to fostering competitiveness in the knowledge economy, but also for personal fulfillment. To stimulate interest in the various aspects of lifelong learning, Encell has established an essay competition for students at Swedish universities.

Every year authors of the two winning essays are each awarded 10,000 Swedish crowns.


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News in Swedish

Encell provides news reporting and dissemination of information (in Swedish) concerning adult education and lifelong learning. If you have any news about lifelong learning and adult education that you would like to communicate to a Swedish audience, please send it to us and we will translate it and present it on our website. Our e-mail is encell@ju.se.

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Recent publications:

  • Gillberg, C. (2020). The significance of crashing past gatekeepers of knowledge: Towards full participation of disabled scholars in ableist academic structures. In: Ableism in Academia: Theorising experiences of disabilities and chronic illnesses in higher education London: UCL Press More information
  • Gillberg, C. (2020). Pyjamas-wearing mentors? Dissolving the inclusion / exclusion divide in professional development: A think piece working paper. Leeds: Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University More information
  • Gillberg, C. (2020). Book review: Disability experiences, memoirs, autobiographies, and other personal narratives, volume 1 and 2. Editors: Thomas Couser and Susannah B. Mint. Taylor & Francis More information
  • Bjursell, C., Ramsten, A. (2020). University-industry collaboration to support lifelong education. IATED Academy More information
  • Hugo, M., Hedegaard, J. (2020). Unga vuxna med högfungerande autism: när utbildningen även behöver ge sociala förutsättningar. Specialpedagogiska skolmyndigheten More information
  • Hugo, M., Hedegaard, J. (2020). Inclusion through folk high school in Sweden – the experience of young adult students with high-functioning autism. Disability and Rehabilitation (pp. 1-10). More information

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