Drawing on Experience in Adult And Continuing Education
Based upon his experiences and scholarship, the author presents an overview of present-day continuing higher education from the perspective of a senior level administrator who is also a prolific author, lecturer, critic, and observer of this dynamic field. The book looks at continuing education as it is practiced in an urban community college, at a major national museum, and at a premier research university. Topics include program development and administration, leadership, creativity and innovation, e-learning, staffing, budgeting, and the culture of higher education.
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