ForAge Lexicon of Terms
The ForAge Project aims to collect together knowledge, ideas and experience about later- life learning in Europe. The language of later-life learning (at least in English) is sometimes ill-defined and inexact; sometimes its usage is unclear and confusing.Therefore there was a strong case to create a glossary of terms with the  ForAge Lexicon of Terms as a result. It is available under: www.foragenetwork.eu

Guide for senior education in Germany
fernstudieren.de has published a folder with the title "Studieren im Alter, Ratgeber zum Seniorenstudium" that contains very useful and interesting information about the education for elderly people in Germany. It contains a general description of the possibilities for studies and a complete list with  addresses of institutions for education for elderly people .

Here you can download the folder in pdf format. 

Stanley Miller
Seniors Education in Great Britain and around the World

A description of the U3A movement in Great Britain in comparison with other forms of seniors education in other countries.
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Olaf Freymark
Why do older need people further education?
Discussion paper

Dr. Daniel Meynen 2010
Towards the future of higher education for the elderly
Rendering some precision
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Prof. Joost Hauer (Netherlands), Dr.Daniel Meynen (Germany), Prof.Dr.Johannes Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands), Karl Schwarz (Germany) 2008
Towards the future of higher education for the elderly
A stimulus for further thought
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Dr. Daniel Meynen
Where do you find a forum for the elderly to study science and arts?
Structural problems and chances of promoting this type of studies in Germany.

Translation: Rudolf Lewy, Sulzburg.
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