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We try to create clean and uncluttered pages that work well on phones, tablets and computers. Happily, we do not carry advertisements, nor do we need click-throughs, nor to make money from ‘digital exhaust’. Most users come straight from search engines...

About us

infed was established in 1995, and supported as an open, idependent and not-for-profit resource by Developing Learning, the Practice Development Research Unit, the YMCA George Williams College and others. Put together by a small group of educators, it’s pages...

Call for contributors

We are looking to sustain the development of infed through contributions from a range of different writers. Our aim is to provide a space for people to explore the theory and practice of informal education, lifelong learning and social action. The site is run on a...

The copyright page

We get regular requests to use material. For most there is no need to contact us reproduction Pages from the encyclopaedia of informal education/the informal education homepage  may be reproduced in paper form for educational and training activities. Special...

Disclaimer

While every effort is made to ensure the integrity of material included on infed.org, the editors, Developing Learning Ltd, Practitioner Development Research Unit and YMCA George Williams College give no warranty, either expressed or implied, as to the fitness of the...