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ERIC Number: ED472599
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 82
Abstractor: N/A
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View, 2000: Commentaries on Adult Learning.
Adult Learning Australia, Inc., Jamison.
This booklet is compiled from all the Adult Learning Australia (ALA) Commentaries produced in 2000. Emailed to ALA members each week, ALA Commentaries are written by people in the field of adult learning in the broadest sense, usually in Australia, sometimes overseas, and designed to stimulate discussion. ALA hosts an online discussion forum about them that anyone with an email address can join. The 34 Commentaries cover these topics: social capital, learning and teaching contexts, the system, technologies for learning, and learning towns and cities. Titles include "Telling Tales Out of Class" (Falzon); "Earning Interest on Social Capital" (McIntyre); "Learning Social Literacy" (Cox); "Human Capital and Social Capital" (Falk); "Lifelong Learning, Social Capital, and Capacity Building" (Seddon); "My Arms Ache" (Stalker); "Teachers on Screen" (Brown); "Confident Engagement in Other Cultures" (Schofield); "Eating, Drinking, and Adult Learning" (Tuckett); "Sunday on the Bridge" (Della); "Adult Educator in the Grains Industry" (Crombie); "Solidarity Forever" (Foley); "Community in Education; Education in Community" (Lawrence); "(Re)presentations" (Butler); "Heroes and Villains" (Burchill); "Transforming Students into Self-Directed, Independent Adult Learners" (Carbone); "Limits of Parliamentary Democracy" (Sutherland); "Finding Our Many Founders" (Pamphilon); "Is a Good Adult Education Worker a Christian?" (Childs); "When Will It All End? Restructuring Higher Education" (Wagner); "Coming to Grips with ANTA's Lifelong Learning Strategy" (Sanguinetti); "Librarians in the Information Revolution" (Murphy, Greenshields); "ACE Is Not Education" (Brown); "Public or Community Education?" (Flowers); "'It's Life Jim, But Not As We Know It'" (Lucardie); "Olympic Dream, Education Nightmare" (Kell); "Putting the Political Back into Community Education" (Law); "Being Critical" (Brown); "Business of Education" (Traynor); "Demolishing the Silos" (Heriot); "Hidden Assets in Community Radio" (Page); "Radio Through the Internet for ALW" (Ryan); "Challenge of Change" (Candy); and "Learning Communities" (Latham). (YLB)
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Publication Type: Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Adult Learning Australia, Inc., Jamison.
Identifiers - Location: Australia; United Kingdom (England)