23rd European Seminar on Extension and Education
‘Transformative learning: new directions in agricultural extension and education’
Chania, Crete, Greece, 4 - 7th July 2017
Chania, Greece. Photo: ESEE web-site
The 23rd European Seminar on Extension (and) Education (ESEE) was held in the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania, and hosted by the Laboratory of Agricultural Extension, Rural Systems & Rural Sociology, Agricultural University of Athens. The main aim of the conference was to deepen understanding of current developments in agricultural education and extension and the ways they promote transformative learning.
Julie Ingram (CCRI, University of Gloucestershire, UK) presented a paper, ‘Integrating Co-innovation into Research Translation: Developing a Stakeholder-driven Methodology’ on behalf of a VALERIE team of co-authors from CCRI and Wageningen University.