Letter from the Editor
Tags: ADULT learning
- The ins and outs of self-directed learning. Hatcher, Timothy G. // Training & Development;Feb97, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p34
Provides a list of necessary competencies for the facilitators of self-directed learning focusing on a high-tech firm. Orientation workshop on self-directed learning; Description of the use of assessment surveys and skills to prepare for self-directed learning. INSETS: Sample learning plan.;An...
- Commentary. // Adults Learning;Oct95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p29
Opinion. Comments on the confirmation of the European Year of Lifelong Learning by the Council of Ministers in July 1995. Difficulty experienced by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) in organizing Adult Learners' Week; Support and plans for the celebration of the...
- Noticeboard. // Adults Learning;Oct95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p30
Reports on developments of importance to adult learning in Great Britain. Publication of the Association for Colleges' `Manifesto for Further Education'; Creation of a new working party by the Community Development Foundation; TUC's launch of information for teachers and students on trade unions.
- Commentary. // Adults Learning;Jan96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p102
Opinion. Focuses on social policy reviews for adult learning in Great Britain. Achievement of greater egalitarianism for the young; Exclusion of a range of liberal adult studies.
- Open College Networks. Maxwell, Bronwell // Adults Learning;Jan96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p111
Focuses on the implications of Open College Networks on adult learning in Great Britain. Participation in community education; Exponential growth in the number of recognized courses; Credit accumulation and transfer system.
- Can you put your arm around a student on the Internet? Brunt, Jill Mannion // Adults Learning;Jan96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p115
Focuses on the support for adult learning in Great Britain. Developments in adult learning associated with information technology; Need for individual commitment to learning; Virtual college campus and virtual summer schools.
- Voices from the chalkface. Wilkinson, Graham // Adults Learning;Jan96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p119
Examines the perceptions of key people who facilitate adult learning experience in Great Britain. Student-centered orientation in adult education; Training needs of the tutors; Problem areas in teaching.
- Noticeboard. // Adults Learning;Apr96, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p200
Reports on developments related to adult learning, as of April 1996. Includes British National Lottery Charities Board's plans to include adult learning in its funding; Highlights of the Adult Learners' Week in South Africa; Resources on adult learning.
- Something to cheer about. Tuckett, Alan // Adults Learning;Dec96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p86
Focuses on adult learning with reference to the implimentation of pilots for the Job Seekers Allowance (JSA). What JSA pilots will allow some persons to do; Analysis of the Adjudication Officers Guidance by Clara Donnelly; Reference made to other programs associated with adult learning.
- Noticeboard. // Adults Learning;Dec96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p87
Presents news briefs on events and issues associated with adult learning in the United Kingdom. Permanent learning helpline for adults to be set up in England; National training organizations launched; Reference made to Nancy Woods, who is the oldest student at the College of North West London,...