Beyond the Lecture Hall: universities and community engagement from the middle ages to the present day. A selection of papers from this conference are now available online and in print, published by the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.
Peter Cunningham and Richard Taylor, University of Cambridge:
"Introduction: universities and community engagement"
David Watson, University of London Institute of Education:
"Foundations, funding and forgetfulness"
Bill Jones, University of Leicester:
"The university and rural community outreach"
Keith Vernon, University of Central Lancashire:
"Civic universities and community engagement"
David McKitterick, Trinity College, Cambridge:
"The reach of print"
Paul Aubin, Université Laval, Quebec:
"Educational radio in Quebec"
Rosemary O’Day, Open University:
"Universities and professions in the early modern period"
Philo A. Hutcheson, Georgia State University:
"The university, professionalization, and race in the United States"
Sandra Raban, Trinity Hall, Cambridge:
"University involvement in English school examinations"
Geoffrey Sherington and Julia Horne, University of Sydney:
"Modes of engagement: universities and schools in Australia 1850-1914"
Gordon Dadswell, University of Melbourne:
"The University of Melbourne and the retreat from university extension"
Chris Duke, RMIT University, Melbourne:
"Why did extramural fail to engage in the era of engagement?"
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