Academic journal article Journal of Adult Education

Editor's Notes

Academic journal article Journal of Adult Education

Editor's Notes

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Adult teaching and learning comes in all forms and occurs in a variety of settings. The articles in this issue remind us that there are opportunities for partnership and continued professional development. In our research article Judith Kennedy Pete learned from ESL learners, participating in a program in a public library, would like more. The ultimate recommendation is to build partnerships that will provide additional instructors and learning opportunities. As we are connected to the internet for access to information and e-readers for access to books and journals, we might forget that many are still dependent on the brick and mortar space our public libraries provide and the amount of use they receive.

It is fitting that in the next article Ryan Tanish provides us with guidelines for developing useful online learning tools that support our adult learners. This is followed by an article by Renee and Sheri who discuss the role shift as academic advisors step into the classroom to facilitate first year experience course. …

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