Education for Older Adult Learning: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography

Hardcover | March 1, 1993

byReva M. Greenberg

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This comprehensive reference provides citations for more than 700 resources essential for planning, funding, initiating, implementing, facilitating, and evaluating a broad range of formal and informal older adult education programs. The work includes books, articles, reports, conference proceedings, government publications, dissertations, leadership guides, audiovisuals, computer programs, and curriculum materials. Each citation is accompanied by a succinct annotation, and the entries are arranged in topical chapters for ease of use. The book also lists aging network and resource organizations, databases, journals, and current laws. Author and subject indexes add to the utility of the volume. Everyone interested in older adult education will find this reference a useful guide to theoretical, managerial, and pedagogical materials.

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This comprehensive reference provides citations for more than 700 resources essential for planning, funding, initiating, implementing, facilitating, and evaluating a broad range of formal and informal older adult education programs. The work includes books, articles, reports, conference proceedings, government publications, dissertatio...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:March 1, 1993Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313283680

ISBN - 13:9780313283680

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?This annotated bibliography provides a sourcebook for educators, students, researchers, and others involved in older adult learning programs. Targeted users include administrators of aging networks, caregivers, educational faculty, health care professionals, and policy planners.?-Teaching and Learning