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The Journal of Access Policy and Practice informs and supports development in access and widening participation. It explores education policy and practice as it affects access to learning and surveys the field, both nationally and internationally. Informed by theory and current research the journal shares ideas and practical solutions to create wider and deeper participation in lifelong learning and offers a space for practitioners and academics to critically reflect and debate different perspectives.

Publisher: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education

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Volume 1, Number 2, 1 March 2004

Editorial
pp. 82-84(3)
Author: Stuart, Mary

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Women accessing education: subjectivity, policy and participation
pp. 100-118(19)
Author: Burke, Penny Jane

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'Failure dances to the tune of insecurity': affective issues in the assessment and evaluation of access learning
pp. 119-133(15)
Authors: George, Judith; Cowan, John; Hewitt, Lindsay; Cannell, Pete

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Solid bedrock or shifting sands? The risky business of laying foundations
pp. 134-150(17)
Authors: Brain, Kevin; Layer, Geoff; Reid, Ivan

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@ccess denied? ICT as widening participation
pp. 151-161(11)
Author: Selwyn, Neil

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