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Volume 1: Adult Learners

Section One: Adult Life Cycle Development
1) An Engaged Third Age—Doe Hentschel
2) Identity/Self Development and Chronic Disease—Lisa M. Baumgartner
3) Educating Multi-Generational Groups of Adult Learners—Andrea Nikischer
4) Pseudoautonomy in the Lives of Adult Learners—Robert Jecklin
5) Learning in Later Life—Brian Findsen

Section Two: Learning Theory and Practice
6) Transformative Learning Theory—Edward W. Taylor, Patricia Cranton
7) The Relevance of Indigenous Knowledge for Adult Education—Sandra L.
Morrison, Timote Vaioleti
8) The Cognitive Aspect of Adult Learners from Neuroscience—Wei-Wen Chang
9) Adult Literacy Practices and Adult Basic Education—M. Cecil Smith
10) Global Climate Change Education is All Local—Ankur R. Desai

Section Three: A Broad Spectrum of Learners
11) Lifelong and Lifewide Loving in Education—Tamen Jadad-Garcia, Alejandro R.
Jadad
12) Adult Learners with Disabilities Overcoming Invisibility and Exclusion—Carol
Rogers-Shaw
13) Adults with Low Literacy Skills
Theoretical Perspectives Towards Understanding Teaching and Learning—
Maurice Taylor, David Trumpower, Edward Purse
14) The Power to Change Lives
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Odyssey Project—Emily Auerbach
15) Promoting Gender Equity and Leadership among Ethiopian Women in
Medicine—Elizabeth Kvach, Mahlet Gebremariam, Fiker Taddesse, Cynthia Haq
16) Leveling the Field
Professional Development for Part-Time Employees—Sarah Korpi

Volume 2: Teaching and Learning


Section Four: Multiple Contexts
17) Adult Education in Practice
Strategies from the United States Extension System—Michael Reichenbach,
Nozella Brown, Clint Cummings, Melanie S. Hart, and Barbara Metzger
18) Nonformal Adult Education in Non-Governmental Organizations—Shannon K.
Deer and Jill Zarestky
19) Cultural Institutions as Locations for Social Justice Learning—Marilyn McKinley
Parrish, and Edward W. Taylor
20) Adult Learning in Study Abroad—Joellen Coryell
21) University-Industry Partnerships for Noncredit Competency-Based Education—
Mary K. Thompson, David K. Combs, Karen D. Nielsen, and Pamela L. Ruegg

Section Five: Approaches to Teaching
22) Voice and Engagement
The Power of Arts-based Adult Learning—Shauna Butterwick and Carole Roy
23) Mentoring Adult Learners—Catherine A. Hansman
24) Relational Mentoring: Connection, Mutuality, and Empowerment—Jo Ann
Gammel, Sue L. Motulsky, and Amy Rutstein-Riley
25) Distance Education
Access for Success—Chere Campbell Gibson
26) From Case-Based Learning to Interactive Case Scenarios
A Digital Hybrid—Les L. Howles
27) Training Engineers—Charles Baukal

Section Six: Professional Development
28) Advancing Health Professions Education—Barbara J. Daley and Ronald M.
Cervero
29) Urban Social Sector Professional Development—Cheryl K. Baldwin
30) A Brief Model for Academic-Industry Partnerships Within Professional
Development Programs—Erik C. Burns and Eric C. Buxton
31) Collaborating For Workforce Development in a Competency-Based Noncredit
Model—Florence Hilliard, Mary K. Thompson, and Justin R Hager
32) Developing Successful Workforce Programs Through Stackable Credentials—
Ovi Galvan

Section Seven: Critical Innovation
33) Collaborating Within the Twenty-First Century
Benefits for Adult Education—Joshua Miller
34) Tweets, TV, and Trends!
Popular Culture and Its Impact on Adult Learning and Identity—Robin Redmon
Wright
35) Social Networking, Social Capital, and Individual Learning—Janet Staker
Woerner
36) Adult Education in an Age of Assessment and Accountability—Lilian H. Hill
37) Questioning Privilege
Tools for Advocacy and Teaching—Sarah M. Ray
38) Provocative Theory—Tony Wall

Volume 3: Leadership and Administration


Section Eight: Administration and Coordination
39) Andragogik, Andragogy, and Administering Graduate Programs—Katarina
Popovic and Jost Reischmann
40) Administrative Functions and Structure for Adult and Continuing Education—
Henry S. Merrill
41) Adult Education Departmental Leadership Challenges and Opportunities—E.
Paulette Isaac-Savage, and Henry S. Merrill
42) Administration of Adult Basic Education in Southern Africa—Oitshepile MmaB
Modise

Section Nine: Planning and Resource Allocation
43) Funding In Adult and Continuing Education Administration—Susan M. Yelich
Biniecki and Steven W. Schmidt
44) Strategic Planning for Lifelong Learning: A Campus Perspective—Jeffrey S.
Russell, Sara J. Kluender, and Mary K. Thompson
45) The Importance of Budgets in Adult Education—Steven W. Schmidt, and Susan
M. Yelich Biniecki
46) Using the Concept of Shelf Life as Part of a Revision Strategy for Enduring
Course Content—Eric C. Buxton and Erik C. Burns

Section Ten: Organizational Change and Culture
47) Creating Positive Environments for Adult and Continuing Education
Programs—Chanell Morello
48) Leadership for Organizational Diversity
Tackling Microaggressions in Educators’ Workplaces—Robert Mizzi
49) Millennial Black Women in Pwis
Cultivating the Educational Climate—Danielle L. Apugo
50) Organizational Citizenship Behaviors in Learning and Work—Kevin Rose

Section Eleven: Leadership and Vision
51) Improving Performance
Coaching As an Emerging Leadership Style—Neil Moore
52) Leading, Learning, and Educating In Struggle
Social Movements and Adult Education—John Holst
53) Leadership and Collaborative Skill Development for the Digital World—Damien
Michaud
54) Making Meaning of Stigmatization of University-Based Adult Education in
Botswana—R. N. Lekoko, O. M. Modise
55) The Challenges of Adult and Continuing Education Leadership in the Twenty-
First Century—Marcia Muirhead

Section Twelve: Structure and Stakeholders
56) Nonprofit Organizations and Leadership—Leona English
57) Building Community Programming Capacity—Elizabeth A. L. Roumell
58) Continuing Professional Education
History and Influences—Ronald M. Cervero and Barbara J. Daley
59) Leadership for the Complexity and Challenges of Global Adult Education—
Carmela R. Nanton
60) International Collaborations to Establish Family Medicine in Ethiopia—Cynthia
Haq, Elizabeth Kvach, Ann Evensen and Andrew Janssen

Volume 4: Inquiry and Influences


Section Thirteen: Organizational and Societal Influences
61) How national, regional and global associations influence adult learning policy—
Alan Tuckett
62) Adult Education for Employment in the Global Economy—Ellen Scully-Russ
63) Professional Associations—Leslie A. Cordie
64) Professional Journals for Educators of Adults—Curtis A. Olson, Lorilee
Sandmann
65) Land Grant Colleges and Universities
Regional and International Collaboration—Jeff Zacharakis, Sue Maes

Section Fourteen: Engaged Inquiry
66) Community Engaged Universities
Beneficial Exchanges—Séamus Ó Tuama, Hiram Fitzgerald, Lorilee Sandmann,
James Votruba
67) Learning Cities
Advancing Lifelong Learning through Philosophy, Practice, and Policy—Leodis
Scott
68) Analysis on Assessment of Learning Districts in Beijing—Cuizhu Zhang
69) Taiwan’s Community Universities: Meaning Making to Create Change—Ya-Hui
Fang, Cuizhu Zhang
70) Popular Education from Ireland and the United States
History and Hope—Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Brid Connolly
71) Strategies for Co-constructing Research with Aboriginal People in Adult
Education—Marie (Aurélie) Thériault

Section Fifteen: Methods of Inquiry
72) Concept Mapping and Knowledge Modeling in Adult Education—Kevin M.
Roessger, Barbara J. Daley
73) Historical Research in Adult Continuing Education—Amy Rose
74) Personal Perspectives by Educators of Adults—Gretchen T. Bersch
75) The Essence of Malcolm Knowles’s Teachings of Andragogy—John A. Henschke
76) Case Studies—Jill Zarestky
77) Educational Design Research—Thomas C. Reeves, Patricia M. Reeves

Section Sixteen: Assessment and Evaluation
78) Program Evaluation—Joseph S. Green
79) Proficiency Self-Assessments: Development and Use to Enhance Performance—
Julia N. Savoy
80) Action Technologies
Contemporary Community-Engaged Action Research—Lorilee R. Sandmann,
Karen E. Watkins
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