Om Handbook of the Recognition of Prior Lea
In the Handbook of the Recognition of Prior Learning: Research into Practice, experienced researchers will consolidate and extend their research in terms of its implications for practice. Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is emerging as a distinct area of academic research with a growing body of scholarly literature. This handbook, organised thematically, consolidates the major research findings of experienced RPL researchers from around the world, identifying future research directions and drawing together evidence-based implications for policy and practice. This internationally relevant text will be of particular interest to: academics, researchers and students in education, policy studies, widening participation, lifelong, adult, continuing, recurrent and initial education and learning; practitioners concerned with RPL policy and actual RPL practice who wish to understand research and its relationship to practice or wanting to research (and improve) their own practice; and human resources managers.