Creating conditions for flourishing in higher education: non-formal learning communities at university

This project explores the experiences of undergraduate students involved in a living-learning community at university focusing on international development and human rights and how this impacts on student engagement with issues of social justice using a capability approach.

Co-Investigators

Eleanor Brown, Education

Lynda Dunlop, Education

Publications

Brown, E.J. (2015) Creating Conditions for students to flourish: a Case study of Capabilities developed through a non-formal learning community in a Collegiate university. Kultur: Revista interdisaplinaria sobre la cultura de la cuitat, 2 (3): 215-232.

Presentations

Brown, E.J. (2015) Capacidades desarrollados a través una comunidad no-formal de aprendizaje en una universidad. Congreso de Comunicambio. Universidad de Jaume I, Castellon.

Brown, E. J. (2014) Supporting Students’ Personal Development through Focused Living-Learning Communities within College. The Collegiate Way Conference. Durham University.

Brown, E. J. (2014) Non formal learning in higher education: A critical literature review of university living-learning communities. British Association of International and Comparative Education (BAICE) conference: Power, Politics and Priorities for Comparative and International Education. Bath Spa University.