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Conti, Gary J. – Community College Review, 1984
Views community college graduates as participants in the most dynamic and democratic educational movement in history. Detects three trends presently at different levels of development interrelating to affect community college graduates: the Information Revolution, a growing antiintellectualism, and the concept of lifelong learning. (DMM)
Descriptors: College Graduates, Community Colleges, Lifelong Learning, Outcomes of Education
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Hendrick, Larry – Community College Review, 1980
Argues that the community college, besides providing traditional transfer and vocational programs, should identify and meet the unique learning needs of its constituent communities through the sponsorship of community resource sharing networks. Examines the establishment and formalization of such networks under the coordination of community…
Descriptors: College Planning, College Role, Community Colleges, Community Education
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Saul, Jean Rannells – Community College Review, 1990
Highlights the need for persons trained in the theory and skills of educating adults. Reviews the knowledge base of the field. Suggests ideas for training adult educators at community colleges, including certificate programs, workshops, short-term courses, integration of lifelong learning attitudes into all courses, and adult education advisory…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Educators, Advisory Committees, Andragogy
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Herring, William Dallas – Community College Review, 1988
Asserts that universal educational opportunity is essential to the achievement of peace and prosperity. Refutes the premise that there is no time for humanities instruction in two-year college vocational programs. Argues that well-planned and well-presented humanities instruction in programs for technicians can lead to lifelong learning after…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Community Colleges, Educational Objectives, Humanistic Education
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Johnson, Philip E. – Community College Review, 1991
Argues that process education, experiential learning, and facilitative teaching provide an answer to the educational challenges posed by the information explosion. Presents an information evaluation of the experiential learning programs (i.e., internships and cooperative education experiences) offered at Pima Community College (Arizona). (DMM)
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Cooperative Education, Educational Change, Experiential Learning