ALM29 Conference July 2022: Numeracy and Social Impact

Welcome to the 29th Adults Learning Mathematics conference which will be hosted by colleagues at the University of Barcelona, Spain.

The conference will be held from 10th – 13th July 2022 with as central theme: Numeracy and Social Impact.

Adults Learning Mathematics
ALM is an international research forum bringing together researchers and practitioners


Welcome to ALM!

We are delighted you are interested in our work. We are an international forum for research into Adults Learning Mathematics at all levels. Founded in 1992, our membership now extends across Europe, the Americas, and Australasia, and includes the leading figures in mathematics education research, policy and practice, many numeracy practitioners, and postgraduate researchers.

Our annual conferences offer those working with adults learning mathematics unique opportunities to present practical experiences, new thinking and research within a supportive and friendly environment. The conferences also offer opportunities to develop your professional network in this special interest group. Conference proceedings are published annually, along with an International Journal of peer reviewed papers.

We invite you to browse our list of on-line publications and consider joining us at our next conference to share your ideas with others working in this field. Do also consider becoming a member of ALM and access our bulletin to keep up to date with news of ALM events and publications that are relevant to this international Adults Learning Mathematics research community.

Chair of ALM
Dr Beth Kelly

Coming up: ALM Virtual Seminar Series

For more information, go to this page.

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Coming up: ALM30 Conference

The conference will be hosted by colleagues at the University of Limerick, Ireland and will be held from 3rd – 5th July 2022. 

For more information go to this page.

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