One might assume that professors working in a higher education context would always have a firm commitment to lifelong learning and have systems established to facilitate that pursuit.
However, it can be easy to rely on our disciplinary research endeavors to build up a case that we have a framework for learning that is never-ending. Once that journal article gets finished, or our book gets published, we consider ourselves done until the next academic publishing opportunity comes along.
Lifelong learning is broader than our disciplines
We can use approaches to seek out information that helps us be better citizens, parents, Instapot chefs, or computer geeks.
This section of the IFD website is devoted to the ways we can discover relevant information, make sense of it, and then share it with others who may have similar interests.