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The Making of an Adult Educator: An Autobiographical Journey by Malcolm S. Knowles
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The Making of an Adult Educator: An Autobiographical Journey by Malcolm S. Knowles -- An Update Edited by John A. Henschke and Marcie Boucouvalas

The Original Book was published by Malcolm in 1989. The Update is published in 2019, 30 years after the original. The Update includes Malcolm's Original Table of Contents,l Text, References and Index. The Update also has an expanded Annotated Bibliography with more than 100 Bibliographical References clearly marked and integrated within the Original Annotation.

New Items in the Update include:
1. Introduction of the Update of "The Making of an Adult Educator: An Autobiographical Journey by Malcolm S. Knowles"
2. Acknowledgements of Malcolm's and Hulda's Children - Eric and Barbara [Owner's of Malcolm's and Hulda's Intellectual Property
3. Bio of each person involved in producing the Update
4. Focus on the Update by John A. Henschke
5. Listing of dissertation exerpts from each of eight doctoral dissertations conducted on different aspects of his work on andragogy by Somanita Kheang
6. Special Knowles' awards named by various organizations such as: AAACE. AHRD, ISSDL, Knowles Fielding University Award
7. Short Knowles Bio
8. Comment from the Original Dust Jacket
9. Thirty boxes listing Malcolm's non-published works housed at Syracuse University
10. Missing Piece on Malcolm's work in community, organizations, society, etc.by Marcie Bouicouvalas
11. Knowles' Hierarchy of Andragogy, never previously published by Marti Sopher
12. A Learning Journey with Malcolm by Leo Johnson
13. Malcolm's last dissertation committee on which he served by Pi Chi Han
14. Message to Malcolm at his Memorial Service, Fayetteville, AR, by Marcie Boucouvalas
15. In Memoriam - Malcolm's professional eulogy, developed by John A. Henschke, and delivered at Malcolm's Memorial Service by John A. Henschke
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