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According to documents from international organizations (UNESCO, OECD, EU), distance education and online learning can best respond to the challenges of European cooperation strategies for training and the objectives set for Member States in this area. This article examines some of these more recent documents and explores the role of distance learning (especially at tertiary level) in adult and lifelong learning as a central contribution in terms of inclusion and personal and professionaldoi:10.24140/issn.1645-7250.rle45.06 fatcat:d7vgasz7kzfi3dstwvb2y6ielq