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EPALE How to

  • While you can browse the EPALE website at any time, you’ll need to register in order to receive updates, find partners, post blogs and join discussions.
  • The EPALE website is designed to work with current technologies. If you have any difficulty viewing the site, make sure your internet browser is up to date and that JavaScript is enabled.
  • Read the FAQ to see the full range of services EPALE offers.

  • Click here to register your username, password and organisation.
  • You’ll receive an initial email from the EPALE helpdesk to confirm your request has been received.
  • EPALE will then approve your registration, or contact you for more information before registering you as a member.

  • Explore current issues in adult learning like life skills, policy and quality by clicking ‘themes’ in the top menu.
  • You can also browse articles and blog posts by keyword, author, or organisations involved.
  • Members can reply to blog posts, respond to news articles, and rate resources by clicking the ‘thumbs up’ icon.
  • Members are invited to contribute blog posts, resources and events. Please contact us at epale@leargas.ie to discuss, so that your content reaches its audience as effectively as possible.
  • Members can also suggest a blog post or propose a resource to be added. Look for the ‘suggest/propose’  boxes on the right of the screen in the relevant sections.
  • Become an EPALE Ambassador and play an important role in the life of the EPALE through:
    • Communicating the existence of EPALE to colleagues and others in the adult learning sector
    • Being an advocate for EPALE and the concept of European cooperation
    • Identifying good quality content that can be uploaded to EPALE
    • Working with the EPALE National Support Service (Léargas) to provide feedback on the site and events

    If you feel you would make a good Ambassador, do get in touch at epale@leargas.ie

  • Don’t hesitate to contact us at epale@leargas.ie if you need any guidance!

 

 

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