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ERIC Number: ED510144
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2008
Pages: 71
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
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The Next Generation: Access and Opportunity in Continuing Higher Education. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Continuing Higher Education (70th, Nashville, Tennessee, November 8-11, 2008)
Barrineau, Irene T., Ed.
Association for Continuing Higher Education
These proceedings record the 70th Annual Conference and Meeting of ACHE (Association for Continuing Higher Education) held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The conference theme, "The Next Generation: Access and Opportunity in CHE" challenged attendees to think about the coming new age and its impact on both greater access to education for students, as well as implications for their own professional development as leaders in continuing higher education. The proceedings are divided into three parts: Addresses, Concurrent Sessions, and Business Meeting and Appendices. Part one, Addresses, includes the following presentations and summaries: (1) Unlocking the Transformational Power of Continuing Education (Richard Osborn); (2) Choices and Challenges: Lessons Learned in the Evolution of Online Education (Andy DiPaolo); (3) The Political Economy of Continuing Education in the 21st Century (Brian Pusser); (4) What You Say is What You Get: Communicating on the Job in 2008 (Bob Valentine and Bob McGaughey); and (5) Recruiting Adult Students: A Profile of Demand Among Classroom and Online Adult Students (Carol Aslanian). Part two, Concurrent Sessions, includes the following presentations and summaries: (1) 10 Surefire Ways to Attract and Convert More Students (Andrew Gansler); (2) Boomerang: Retiring Boomers Return to the Classroom (Charlene L. Martin); (3) Satellite Campuses: Redefining the University (Cheryl Aubuchon, Colleen Marks, and Shannon Ward); (4) Developing the Next Generation of Engaged Scholars: Michigan State University's Professional Development Programs on Community Engagement (Diane M. Doberneck, Burton A. Bargerstock, and Robert E. Brown); (5) Access and Success Through Prior Learning Assessment (Lance Ikard, Denise M. Hart, and Jerry H. Hickerson); (6) Collaborations and Partnerships Designed to Extend Access and Positively Impact Student (Linda Linnartz and Charlotte Partain); (7) Effective Outreach Strategies and Techniques to Promote Faculty Understanding and Involvement (Raymond Campbell); (8) Conducting Research on the Adult Learner--Share the Journey (Sally Lee and Carla Warner); (9) Cohort Style Programming: The Power of Community Learning for a New Generation of Learners (Evan D. Duff); (10) Teaching the Generations (Mary Alice Burkhart); (11) 2+2 = MORE is Greater than Access and Opportunities (Jennifer Pfortmiller); (12) Forging a SMART Pathway (Robin L. Plumb and Erin A. Taylor); (13) I'm Late! I'm Late! How the White Rabbit Professional Should Manage Time and Stress in C.E. Wonderland (Sallie C. Dunphy); (14) Using Technology for Anywhere, Anytime Student Support (Tina Gabriel and Chris Dunst); (15) Aging Well and Lifelong Learning: Opportunities for Continuing Education (Frank DiSilvestro); (16) Partnering for the Future (Connie Beene); (17) Who Are Those Guys? Our For-Profit Competition (Craig Peck and Walter Pearson); (18) Allied Health Careers: In-Demand Jobs for Young and Old (Linda Kurokawa); (19) 21st Century Student Services: Providing Traditional Student Services via Non-Traditional Means (John B. Hodgson); (20) Where Have All the Good Ones Gone: Recruiting, Training, and Retaining Continuing Higher Education Professionals from Underrepresented Populations (Jeffery Alejandro and Maureen Znoj); (21) Online Learning in Continuing Higher Education: What You Need to Know to Grow Your Online Programs (Sean Gallagher); (22) Guarantee Success by Reorganizing Your Continuing Education Activities (Mark Binkley); (23) Finding a "Best Fit" for Online Instructor Evaluation (Marthann Schulte); (24) What's Next? Facing Five Major Trends That Are Shaping Continuing Higher Education (Pamela S. Cutright); (25) New Faculty and Multigenerational Students Learning Together (Pamela K. Sigafoose); (26) Beyond Student Satisfaction in the Classroom: Understanding Adult Learners Perception of Value in the Face to Face and Online Classroom (Alice Obenchain-Leeson); (27) Their World, Our Opportunity (Beverly I. Henry); (28) Interactive Marketing Strategy for the CE Leader (Jennifer Copeland); (29) Program MX (Guy Felder); (30) Evolution of a Peer Review Program for Online Course Development (Dianna Rust and Cindy Adams); (31) The Lowcountry Graduate Center: A Case Study of Institutional Collaboration and Community Responsiveness (Rew A. Godow, Jr.); (32) Bringing the Executive Suite to Campus: Growing Business Leaders at Belmont University (Susan G. Williams, Mary Fink, and Joe Scarlett); (33) Writing for Publication (Barbara Hanniford); (34) Show Me the Money: Building a Profitable Intersession (Marilyn Read, Melissa Stewart, and Paul Starkey); (35) Matrix on Virtual Learning: a Competency-based Model for Teaching a New Generation of Online Adult Learners (Mary Rose Grant); (36) Strategies and Solutions to Enhance Degree Completion for the Adult Student (Tom Walker, Walter Pearson and Andrea Biklen); (37) Tennessee Online Model for Addressing Statewide Workforce Development Needs: Regents Online Continuing Education Program (Tachaka Hollins and Raylean Henry); (38) Educational Consortia in the New Knowledge Economy (Bethany H. Flora and William F. Flora); (39) The Case of the Missing Wall: Breaking Down Barriers between Credit and Non-Credit: Building a Unified Approach to Serving Students from Admission in Undergraduate Degree Programs through Their Professional Lifespan (Susan Fouts and Judy Mallory); (40) Rethinking the CE Marketing Organization (Tim Copeland, Jeff Harmon, Jim Peters, Stephanie Platteter, and Jennifer Copeland); (41) Unbundling the Professional Role in Continuing Education (Jo Lobertini, Amy Johnson and Jerdan Swingle); (42) Mindfully Resolving Conflicts Workshop (Lee Mun Wah); (43) Engaging Adjunct Faculty in Assessment Conversations and Efforts (Emily Richardson, Theodore O'Tanyi, Debra Stein, and Anthony DeCurtis); (44) Responding to the Changing Characteristics of Adult Learners in Today's Continuing Education Environment (Jane LeClair and Alison Christopher); (45) Access: Serving Those Who Serve (Roxanne M. Gonzales and Eric Cunningham); (46) Good to Great Continuing Education and Workforce Instructors (Wendy Flint); and (47) Building a Borderless Community--The University Experience Course. An Online Orientation for Both Distance and Residential Students (Bronwen Sheffield and Regis Gilman). Part three includes Business Meeting and Appendices. Appendices include: (1) Membership Report; (2) Financial Report; (3) Committees; (4) Officers, 2007-2008; (5) Board of Directors; (6) Regional Chairs; (7) Roll of Past Presidents and Annual Meetings; and (8) Citations for Leadership. (Individual papers contain references and tables.) [For the 2007 ACHE conference proceedings, see ED500590.]
Trident Technical College, P.O. Box 118067 CE-M, Charleston, SC 29423-8067. Tel: 800-807-2243; Fax: 843-574-6470; e-mail: admin@acheinc.org; Web site: http://www.acheinc.org
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Adult Education; Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Continuing Higher Education
Identifiers - Location: Tennessee