An annotated script : conversations with continuing educators about the creation of continuing education programs in a university setting

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2017-05-08

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Wikkramatileke, Rhordon Craig

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Though continuing education is often a vibrant and thriving function in modern universities, paradoxically, little is known about the content and organization of the knowledge structures that continuing educators employ as they go about creating continuing education programs in university settings. Drawing upon the entrepreneurship literature (Mitchell and Chesteen, 1995; Mitchell, 2001), (Vesper, 1996) and the adult education program planning literature (Caffarella, 2002), this inquiry assesses the robustness and applicability of scripting as a method of examining this aspect of practice.

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Continuing education, University extension, Computers and children

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