ERIC Number: ED361532
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
Midwest Research-to-Practice Annual Conference in Adult Continuing and Community Education. Conference Proceedings (11th, Manhattan, Kansas, October 8-9, 1992).
Kansas State Univ., Manhattan. Coll. of Education.
A conference on research to practice in adult, continuing and community education included the following papers: "Education as a Community Intervention Strategy" (Ashcraft, Andrews); "Assessing Educational Needs of Adults: An Ohio Extension Example" (Bratkovich, Miller); "Questions and Issues Related to a Lack of Multicultural Research in Adult Education" (Byndon); "Selection and Development of County Extension Directors: Community Leaders in Adult Education" (Cox et al.); "Ethical Development: An Integrative Model for Practice" (Ellis, McElhinney); "New York State Adult Life Management Program" and "Improving the Effectiveness of Staff and Organizations" (Ferro); "Investigation of Factors Contributing to the Use of Computers by Professors of Adult Education: A Path Analysis" (Harold); "Using Adult Learning Techniques in Adult Education Conferences" (Henschke); "Distance Education and Interactive Video" (Hope); "Strategies for Improving Instructional Delivery in Distance Education Programs" (Husmann, Miller); "Role of Training Needs Analysis in Organizational Development" (Hynes); "Investigation of a Proposed Model of Audio-Teleconferencing Instruction: Paradigms in Conflict" (Kirby, Chugh); "Need Motivation and Mentorship Experiences of National and State Nursing Leaders" (Lee); "Competing from a Research Base: Market Analysis of Adult Students" (Littrell, Cupp); "Survey Research to Profile the Andragogically Oriented Instructor" (Matthews); "Assessment of Women's Cardiac Risk Factors and the Relationship of Lifestyle Habits for Development of Health Promotion Education" (McKillip); "Description of Learning in a Group of Well Elderly over the Age of 75" (Michael); "Perceptions of Leadership and Culture in the Public Community Colleges in Kansas" (Moore); "Human Resource Development through Distance Education: A Case Study of Guided Didactic Conversation" (Niemi et al.); "The Idea and Adult Education" (Penrod); "Restructuring Cooperative Extension from Single into Multiple Country Units to Facilitate Delivering Educational Programs" (Rockwell et al.); "Position Assignment and Learning Styles of Extension Agents" (Rollins, Yoder); "Proactive Management in Adult Education" (Sandmann, Granger); "What Do Adults Gain from Taking Part in Educational Programs?" (Steele); "Using Concept Mapping Research to Identify Factors that Enhance Coalition Development in Rural Areas" (Stevens et al.); "Linking Formal and Informal Support Systems to Enhance the Success of Low-Income Women in Traditional and Nontraditional Education" (Thurston et al.); "Faculty and Student Perceptions of Distance Education Using Television" (Wallace); "Focus Group Study Guides Strategic Plan and Reorganization for Iowa State University Extension" (Wiley-Jones); and "From Young Rogues to Old Fogies: How Did We Get Here? Can We Get Out?" (Zelenak). (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Adult Students, Andragogy, Cognitive Style, Community Colleges, Community Education, Computer Uses in Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Distance Education, Educational Innovation, Educational Needs, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Extension Agents, Extension Education, Health Education, Innovation, Instructional Improvement, Needs Assessment, Old Old Adults, Outcomes of Education, Research and Development, Research Utilization, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship, Womens Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kansas State Univ., Manhattan. Coll. of Education.