Journal of Adult Education

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 1, Winter

Common Knowledge: How Companies Thrive by Sharing What They Know
Common Knowledge: How Companies Thrive by Sharing What They Know Dixon, N. M. (2000). Common knowledge: How companies thrive by sharing what they know. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press. 185 pp.The economy of the twenty-first century will be...
Empowerment: A Method of Motivating Adult Learners
We live in a rapidly changing society that requires its members to be engaged in continuous learning. Educators must develop empowered learners with spirit of ownership, responsibility, teamwork, and autonomy. This article explores the interactive relationship...
From the Editor
The Winter Edition of the MPAEA Journal of Adult Education is the first that originates from Lewis-Clark State College (LCSC). I am personally pleased that the Journal is at LCSC, the Journal's new home for the next five years. LCSC is a small state...
Interactive Television in Adult Education
Interactive television is proving to be a distance education technology well-suited for the delivery of instruction to adults. A major appeal of interactive television is the ability of students to attend a class in which they can interact with the course...
Measuring Adult Memory: The Development and Validation of a New Instrument to Measure Long-Term Memory in Adults
An instrument measuring visual memory span in long term memory was tested on 239 community dwelling adults, aged 55-94 years, using 24 color photographs of common household objects, which were recalled ten minutes later. Significant correlations were...
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