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When we refer to real-life learning we can readily image learning taking place in our everyday lives, at work, rest and play, with and without information and communications technology (ICT). The new competencies of young and old peoples to create their own learning communities, using ICT, is one that can provide powerful informal learning situations. The paper will ask questions about the impact of informal learning on attitudes to learning; about the demands placed upon real-life learningdoi:10.1007/0-387-25997-x_21 fatcat:6yybs6hkmfaflozbqhizhk63zu