Join us for our 5th episode
Focus: Organisational learning
Our 5th Youth Research Dialogue – part of our thematic online series of evidence-based youth research findings – will happen on 28 November.
This time, we will focus on ‘How to foster organisational learning in non-formal and formal settings’? We will talk about findings from our ongoing research project on strategies and practices for organisational development and learning of organisations and networks in the European youth sector as well as hear perspectives from other fields and contexts from our guest speaker.
How to foster organisational learning in non-formal and formal settings?
28 November, 15:00 – 15:45 CET
>> Jimmy Jaldemark, Associate Professor, Department of Education, Mid Sweden University
Jimmy Jaldemark is working as a developer, researcher and teacher at Mid Sweden University. As a scholar in the discipline of Education, he has worked with issues intersecting digitalisation, education and learning in higher education since the mid-nineties. Usually, communication and social organisation are themes linked to his projects. In recent years this has included projects of lifelong and technology-enhanced learning in working life settings. A lot of interesting stuff happens in this area!
>> Andrea Horta, RAY transnational research team
Andrea Horta works for Youth Policy Labs, a small research agency and think tank in the youth sector. She has a research background in neuroscience and psychology and currently works as part of the transnational research team of the RAY network. She will discuss research findings on organisational learning and development of youth sector organisations and networks in the context of the European youth programmes.
Livestream, which can be followed
Here: bit.ly/YouthResearchDialogue9 (link is not accessible yet)
Tomi Kiilakoski and Domagoj Morić
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What are the Youth Research Dialogues?
The overall aim of the ‘Youth Research Dialogues’ series is to not only to make RAY research findings more accessible but also other European youth research studies and create a dialogue between researchers about their findings. The ‘Youth Research Dialogues’ series promotes different topics, e.g. inclusion and diversity, pandemic and youth work, digitalisation etc.
In addition to researchers from the RAY Network, the ‘Youth Research Dialogues’ series features research colleagues from different global and European contexts and networks.
The Youth Research Dialogue series is addressed to the European youth sector and participation will be possible through a livestream, and the recorded video can also be watched after the live event.
What is the RAY research project on strategies and practices for organisational development and learning of organisations and networks in the European youth sector (RAY LEARN)?