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Legal Issues and the lifelong learner record

Lisa Gray
Last modified 26 Jul, 2005
Published 26 Jul, 2005
The JISC Study to Explore the Legal and Records Management Issues Relating to the Concept of the Lifelong Learner Record (LLR) has been working since July 2004 investigating the legal implications of the lifelong learner record and supporting the JISC MLEs for Lifelong Learning projects.

The project has produced a number of reports, all available from the project Web site provided below. The "Project Killer" report and "Aspect Killer" reports provide assessments of the legal risks that might arise as a result of the LLR. A report is also available on the legal issues raised by the MLEs projects, and FAQs addressing some of those issues identified. A seminar was held to discuss these issues earlier this year, and all presentations are available from the project Web site. The first phase of this study is due to finish at the end of June 2005, with a further phase continuing this work for an additional year.

http://www.jisc.ac.uk/project_learner_records_legal_study.html

 

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