In addition to the bibliography and web links, and as part of the dissemination outputs for the project, from time to time articles and other materials about the TULIP project may be published by the Partners. Please click on the title to download a copy:
- TITLE - Lebenslanges Lernen im Blickpunkt
DESCRIPTION - German trade union partner Arbeit und Leben had a short article published in a newspaper in Oldenburg, DE on 28 December 2007 about the TULIP project. The newspaper for the NW region of Germany has a circulation of more than 140,000. The article notes that the first project meeting was in Versailles and who the 2 German partners are. It also states that the purpose of the project is to exchange good practice, experiences and problems in LLL activities for trade union members.
LANGUAGE - German with English translation
- TITLE - Head Shop Steward in a respectable bourgeois school
DESCRIPTION - Finnish trade union partner MURIKKA conducted an interview with a trade union member who is a lifelong learner
LANGUAGE - English
- TITLE - UVSQMag
DESCRIPTION - French partner University of Versailles had an article published in its University newspaper (UVSQMag) in April 2008 (ed 19) about the project. The article provides readers with information about the context, partners, main goals and topics of the project as well as the themes of co-operation between UVSQ and the French Trade Union partner CGT at national level. The circulation of this magazine is circa 5000 university staff and students plus external readers.
LANGUAGE - French
- TITLE - Newspaper and Magazine articles in Finland
DESCRIPTION - Finnish partner University of Vaasa had two articles published about the project. An article in the local newspaper Pohjlainen was published on 12 March 2008. Also the University’s magazine of the Levόn Institute ( 2/2008) contained an article about the project. Each edition of this magazine publishes 3000 copies with circulation to 500 university staff plus commercial clients, public libraries, decision makers in local and regional government.
LANGUAGE - Finnish
- TITLE - EUCEN Members' Newsletters September 2008 and November 2008
DESCRIPTION - Project partner EUCEN publishes a regular electronic newsletter for its 212 members In over 40 countries),which is also published on its website. The September 2008 newsletter contains information on TULIP and a link to this project website. The November newsletter contains information about the Network meeting in Tallinn, EE
LANGUAGE - English
- TITLE - Maizeitung der Gewerkschaften Zum
DESCRIPTION - German trade union partner Arbeit und Leben had a short article published in a Trade Union newspaper on 1 May 2008 about the TULIP project. The newspaper has a circulation of circa. 20,000.
- TITLE - DGB News
DESCRIPTION - German trade union partner Arbeit und Leben had a short article published in Trade Union DGB news 2/2008 about the TULIP project. The newspaper has a circulation of circa. 20,000.
- TITLE - Arbeit und Leben Annual report
DESCRIPTION - German trade union partner Arbeit und Leben had a short article published in its 2007-08 Annual report about the TULIP project.
- TITLE - Industrijska Demokracija
DESCRIPTION - Slovenian partner University of Primorska in collaboration with a representative of the Trade Union Svet gorenjskih sindikatov had a short article published in this Journal (Industrial Demcoracy) in August 2009 about the TULIP project. The article is on pages 14-16
LANGUAGE -Slovenian and in English
- TITLE -Déclinaison des diplômes en terme de métiers/emplois/compétences :
Approche méthodologique retenue pour le projet de plate forme VAE Universud
DESCRIPTION -Presentation at Ecole d’été UNiSO 2009. July 2009, Amiens, FR. The 2009 Summer School focused on the major theme of vocational students.
- TITLE - Evenimentul Iasi article
DESCRIPTION - Romanian university partner Gh. Asachi Technical University of Iasi had a short article published 3 July 2009 in the regional online newspaper Evenimentul Iasi about the TULIP Conference and project.
LANGUAGE - Romanian and English