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The Lincoln Paradigm: An Educational Vision for the Future
Drawing on lessons included in Abraham Lincoln’s works can help inform adult education practices. This chapter utilizes excerpts from one of Lincoln’s law lectures to highlight points that are important in the delivery, ...
Supporting the Success of Adult and Online Students
This book is the fifth and final volume in the Proven Practices in Higher Education series published by City University of Seattle. In the five years since the first volume was published, higher education has experienced ...
Innovations in Teaching Adults
This book is the second in the Proven Practices in Higher Education series dedicated to sharing a collection of practices from a group of faculty members at a single university. City University of Seattle (CityU) is a ...
Self-Direction in Adult Learning: Best Practices
An adaptive and flexible methodology that encompasses a blend of effective practices is necessary in self-directed learning. The characteristics of self-directed learners are identified, and innovative methods to promote ...
Supporting Student Learning with the Framework for Information Literacy
How can faculty help increase students’ critical consumption of information in order to ground their learning in trusted and relevant resources for their discipline? In 2004, leveraging the ACRL Information Literacy ...