RÉSUMÉ

 

ROGER HIEMSTRA, Ph.D.

 

2010

 

318 Southfield Dr.

Fayetteville, NY 13066

315.637.3527

815.333.1360 (fax)

rogerhiemstra@gmail.com

www-distance.syr.edu

 

Biographical Information

 

Personal Data

 

Born Plainwell, MI; Married, two children; Interests include genealogy, music, reading, writing, travel, physical fitness, web page design, and church history preservation

 

Education

 

Michigan State University, B.S., Rural Sociology, 1964; Iowa State University, M.S., Extension Education, 1967; University of Michigan, Ph.D., Adult Education, 1970

 

Occupational Experience

 

Adjunct Professor, Le Moyne College, 2010

Adjunct Professor, University of Tennessee, 2009-2010

Adjunct Professor, Empire State College, 2008-2010

Professor and Chair, Emeritus, Adult Education, Syracuse University, 1997-present; Professor, Instructional Technology and Adult Learning, School of Education, Syracuse University, 1980 to 1996; Chair, Adult Education, 1980-1986, 1989, 1991-1993; Developed off-campus weekend scholar masters degree program, 1982 to 1991; Co-Director, Kellogg Project (multi‑million dollar project designed for the technological dissemination of adult education materials), developed AEDNET (electronic network for adult educators throughout the world), coordinated development of IISN (International Information Sharing Network for adult educators in developing countries), coordinated development of Computers and the Elderly project, and developed and taught in a distance education graduate program  for adult education and instructional design students (used  computer mediated conferencing software), 1986 to 1995

Professor and Chair, Adult Education, Elmira College, 1997-2006

Consultant and workshop leader, various national and international settings, 1980-1997; owner of Hiemstra and Associates, adult learning and training consultants, 1996-present

Professor and Chair, Adult and Extension Education, College of Education, Iowa State University, 1976 to 1980

Professor, Adult and Continuing Education, Teachers College, University of Nebraska, 1970 to 1976

Program Coordinator, University Center for Adult Education, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1969‑1970 (half‑time)

Department Assistant, Adult and Community Education Department, University of Michigan, 1969‑1970 (half‑time)

Mott Administrative Intern in Community and Adult Education, Flint, Michigan, 1967‑1968

Program Assistant, Iowa State University Extension Service, Ames, Iowa, 1966‑1967

County Extension Agent, Iowa State University Extension Service, Algona and Mason City, Iowa, 1964‑1966

 

Honors, Awards, or Other Recognitions

 

Editor, International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, 2007-2008, 2010

Inaugural Presenter Award, International Self-Directed Learning Symposium, 2006

Recipient of the Malcolm Knowles Memorial Self-Directed Learning Award, 2005

Reviewer, International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, 2005-present

Reviewer, Perspectives: The New York Journal of Adult Learning, 2001-2007

Reviewer, Adult Learning, 2003-2005

Who's Who in American Education, 1994-2008

Who's Who in America, Marquis, 1983-2008

American Publishing Who's Who, 1987-2007

Who's Who in American Education, 1989-2007

Who's Who in the East, Marquis, 1992-2007

Inducted into International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame, fall, 2000; elected board officer, 2002

Graduate Excellence-in-Teaching Award, Elmira College, 1999

Adult Education Professional of the Year, CNY Coalition of Adult and Continuing Education, 1996

Men of Achievement, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, 1993-1996

Sterling Who's Who, 1996

Consulting Editor, AARP/Andrus Foundation, 1991-1996

Named Outstanding Leader Among AAACE Members, Adult Learning, March/April, 1993

Elected President, Central New York Coalition for Adult and Continuing Education, 1993

Visiting Professor, Twente University, Enschede, the Netherlands, April - June, 1992

National Leadership Award, Association for Continuing Higher Education, 1991

Recipient of Kellogg grant to disseminate adult education information worldwide, 1986

Host of the 1986 Adult Education Research Conference

Editor, Adult Education Quarterly, 1985 to 1988

Consulting Editor, Adult Education Quarterly, 1983 to 1996

Consulting Editor, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 1986 to 1988

Tenure, Syracuse University, 1982

Service Award, Adult Education Association, 1981

Elected President, Commission of Professors of Adult Education, 1981‑1983 (two-year term)

Visiting Professor, Adult Education, University of British Columbia, Summer, 1981

Leadership Service Award, Adult Education Association, 1980

Senior Editor, Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, 1980‑1983

Consulting Editor, The Forum for Continuing Education, 1980‑1981

Consulting Editor, Journal of Research and Development in Education, 1979-1988

Consulting Editor, Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, 1977‑1980

Full Professor with Tenure and Research Faculty, Iowa State University, 1976

Outstanding Educator of America, 1975, Fuller and Dees Award

Research Sabbatical Award (one semester), University of Nebraska, 1975

Full Professor, University of Nebraska, 1975

Consulting Editor, Adult Education, 1974‑1977

Associate Professor with Tenure, University of Nebraska, 1973

Mott Fellow, 1967‑1968

Phi Kappa Phi, 1967

Phi Delta Kappa, 1966

 

Research Interest Areas

 

My primary interest involves using technology and Web pages to create learning opportunities and preserve historical material in the following ways: (a) Identifying teaching implications related to self-directed and distance learning, including helping higher education institutions in establishing online programs; (b) Identifying adults' learning needs; and (c) Discovering ways to use technological resources to promote learning.

 

                                             Professional Activities

 

Professional Organizations and Activities

 

Advisory Council Member, EduNet, Inc., Media, PA, 1988-1990

Advisory Council Member, ERIC Center (Adult, Career, and Voc. Ed.), Ohio State University, 1988-1990

Advisory Council Member, Lifelong Learning and the Aging Person, AARP, 1988-1990

Advisory Council Member, Univ. of Wisconsin Kellogg Project for Professional Development, 1987-1988

Advisory Task Force Member, Univ. of Pittsburgh's Employment of Older Adults Project, 1990-1991

American Consultants League (member)

American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (member)

Association for Continuing Higher Education (member)

Association of Professional Writing Consultants (member)

CNY Coalition for Adult and Continuing Education (member, executive committee, newsletter editor, past president, conference chair)

Coalition of Adult Education Organizations (member), 1987-1991

Commission of Professors of Adult Education (past president, member)

Consultant on Adult Education, University of Twente, Holland, 1989

International Society for Self-Directed Learning (founding member, 2006, and current board member)

Review Team Member, Temple University's Graduate Programs in General Education, 1990

School of Education Committee on Higher Degrees (member), 1981-1989

School of Education Core Oversight Committee (member), 1989

School of Education Liaison, Gerontology Center Advisory Board, 1980-1990

 

Community Activities

 

Voting Inspector, Democrat Representative, Onondaga County Board of Elections, 2000-present

Member of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Museum committee, 2007-2008

Archivist and Chair of the Church History Committee, 2006-present

Volunteer, Fayetteville Free Library, Instructional Technology and Music Archives, 2002-present

RV Care-A-Vanners Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer, New Mexico and Florida, 2004-2007

Syracuse Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer, 2004-2006

Advisory Council Member, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Syracuse, 1991-2001

Advisory Council Member, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Syracuse, 1991-2001

Men's Choral Group (past president, newsletter editor, committee chair, communications VP), 1984-2000

Religious Education Council member, 1988-1990

Religious Education Teacher, 1984-1988, 1991, 1992-1996, 2000-2004, 2007

 

Web Design Work

 

Established and maintain an extensive web page devoted to adult education and adult learning resources (www-distance.syr.edu)

Developed church web page material (http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/sjmay.html; http://history.mmuus.org/)

 

                                         Research and Publications

 

Articles

 

Promoting ethical practice in adult education. Adult Learning 16(3 & 4), 4-7, 2008 (Ralph G. Brockett and Roger Hiemstra

Is the Internet changing self-directed learning: Rural users provide some answers. International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, 3(2), 45-60, 2007 [On-line]. Available: http://www.sdlglobal.com/IJSDL1-1/IJSDL%203.2.pdf

Lessons pertinent for teaching with computers. The Clearing House, 80(3), 144-148, 2007 (Roger Hiemstra and Janet Poley)

More than three decades of self-directed learning research: From whence we have come. Adult Learning, 14(4), 5-8, 2007

The First Two Decades of New Horizons in Adult Education: From Whence Have We Come? New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 20(1), 5-11, 2006.(Roger Hiemstra and Nancy Gadbow) [On-line]. Available: http://education.fiu.edu/newhorizons/journals/ Vol20No1Winter2006.pdf (co-author)

Rural Internet Use Via Broadband Connections: Real Challenges for Lifelong Learning. PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning, 15, 2006 (Roger Hiemstra and Janet Poley)

Self-directed learning lexicon. International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, 1(2), 2004. [On-line]. Available: http://www.sdlglobal.com/docs/IJSDL-V1N2-Fall2004.pdf

Self-direction in learning in the United States. International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, 1(1), 2004, Spring (Lucy Madsen Guglielmino, Huey B. Long, and Roger Hiemstra) [On-line]. Available: http://www.sdlglobal.com/docs/IJSDL-V1N1-Spring2004.pdf

Teaching on-line: Not just another teaching assignment. PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning, Spring, 2002

[Review of European views of self-directed learning: Historical, conceptual, empirical, practical, vocational]. Adult Education Quarterly, 49, 174-180, 1999

The internet: An introduction. In Adult Learning (Resources), March/April, 1996

Writing for publication in business and industry. In Consulting Success, Spring, 1995

Computerized distance education: The role for facilitators. MPAEA Journal of Adult Education, Spring, 1994

Professional writing and publishing by business and industry trainers. In Consulting Success, 1992

Moving from pedagogy to andragogy. Instructional Developments, 1(3), 1990

Learning democracy: Eduard Lindeman on adult education and social change (book review), International Journal of Lifelong Education, April/June, 1988

The adult learning environment: Importance of physical features, International Journal of Lifelong Education, September, 1988

Research to practice: A necessary route, Perspectives on Aging, January, 1987

Creating the future. In R. G. Brockett (Ed.), Continuing education in the future (New Directions for Continuing Education, Number 36), Winter, 1987

Adult learning in America: Eduard Lindeman and his agenda for lifelong education (book review), International Journal of Lifelong Education, October/December, 1987

Computer-assisted analysis of qualitative gerontological research, Educational Gerontology, September/October, 1987

QUALOG: A computerized qualitative research tool for adult educators, Adult Education Quarterly, January, 1986

Andragogy in action: A review, Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, November, 1985

From theory to practice: Implementing self-directed learning, New Directions in Continuing Education, Spring, 1985 (co‑author)

Bridging the theory-practice gap in self-directed learning. New Directions in Continuing Education, Spring, 1985 (co‑author)

How older persons are portrayed in television advertising, Educational Gerontology, March‑June, 1983 (co‑author)

AAACE ‑ A look to the future. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, January, 1983

Overview of American adult education: An interpretive review. Comparative Adult Education Newsletter, Spring, 1983

Elderly interests in the expressive domain. Educational Gerontology, April‑June, 1982

American and Japanese adult education: A cultural comparison. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, June, 1981

The caring coalition‑‑an educational look at the hospice movement. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, May, 1981

The contributions of Howard Yale McClusky to an evolving discipline of educational gerontology. Educational Gerontology, March/April, 1981

Assessing needs for continuing education: The jury is still out!  Creativity in New York, November, 1980

Howard McClusky: Adult education pioneer statesman. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, October, 1980

Being a lifelong learner. 4‑H News and Views, Fall, 1980

MCE denies self-study. Second Thoughts, April, 1980

The older adult as learning participant. Contemporary Educational Psychology, Fall, 1980

A model for learning resources networks for senior adults. Educational Gerontology, April/June, 1980 (co‑author)

The community college's potential in rural America. Community Junior College Research Quarterly, July/September, 1978

Dissemination and utilization of research findings in 309 projects. Adult Literacy and Basic Education, Winter, 1978 (co‑author)

Lifelong learning in America: Current and future activity. Kernels, October, 1978

Lifelong learning in America: The impact on education in Iowa. Kernels, August/September, 1978

Future: Friend or foe. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, Fall, 1977

Instrumental and expressive learning: Some comparisons. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Fall, 1977

The older adult's learning projects. Educational Gerontology, Fall, 1976

Perils of successful community service programming and research needs. Community Junior College Research Quarterly, Fall, 1976

Older adult learning: Instrumental and expressive categories. Educational Gerontology, Summer, 1976

The educative community in action. Adult Leadership, November, 1975

The educator as community resource. Contemporary Education, Winter, 1975

Inservice spending in Nebraska. Modern Healthcare, October, 1974 (reprinted in In‑service educator, 1975) (co‑author)

A survey of "felt" versus "real" needs of physical therapists. Adult Education, Summer, 1974 (co‑author)

Educating parents in the use of the community. Adult Leadership, September, 1974

Community adult education in lifelong learning. Journal of Research and Development in Education, Summer, 1974

The rejuvenation of community education in Nebraska. Community Education Journal, September, 1973

Educational planning for older adults: A survey of "expressive" vs. "instrumental" preferences. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Fall, 1973

Preparing the urban agent: The Mott internship program. Journal of Extension, Fall, 1972

Continuing education for the aged: A survey of needs and interests of older people. Adult Education, Winter, 1972

Community education: Using the community to teach. School Board Policies, No. 1, 1971‑72 (co‑author)

Adult and continuing education. School Board Policies, No. 1, 1971‑72 (co‑author)

Witchcraft, black magic, and modern occultisms: An innovative adult education experience. Adult Leadership, October, 1971

 

Chapters, Monographs, and Conference Proceedings

 

Publishing in peer reviewed and non-refereed journals: Processes, strategies, and tips. In T. S. Rocco & T. Hatcher (Eds.), Demystifying the writing and publishing process: A guide for emerging scholars. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, to be published in 2010 (co-author)

Self-directed learning: A personal perspective. In M. G. Derrick & M. K. Ponton (Eds.), Emerging directions in self-directed learning. Chicago: Discovery Association Publishing House, 2009

Participating in the future: Shared leading, collaborative learning, creatively deciding. A presentation at the 23rd Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 2-4, 2006, Madison, WI, by Roger Hiemstra, August 3. [On-line]. Available: http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/ Resource_library/search_detail.cfm?presid=4367

Advancing an inclusive future for distance learning. A paper provided as a resource at the 23rd Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 2-4, 2006, Madison, WI, by Roger Hiemstra and Janet Poley. [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/ wisconsinalternative2006.html

Linking research to practice: Answering real questions from practitioners. A panel presentation at the 23rd Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 2-4, 2006, Madison, WI. Moderator Dr. Terry Gibson and Panelists Roger Hiemstra, Traci Sitzmann, and Robert Threlkeld. [On-line]. Available: http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/ Resource_library/search_detail.cfm?presid=4460

Has the Internet changed self-directed learning. A paper presented at the 20th International Self-Directed Learning Symposium Cocoa Beach, FL February 8-11, 2006, by Roger Hiemstra. [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/InternetandSDL.html

An adult educator from Kalamazoo. In K. B. Armstrong, L. W. Nabb, & A. P. Czech (Eds.), North American adult educator: Phyllis M. Cunningham archives of quintessential autobiographies for the 21st Century. Chicago: Discovery Association Publishing House, 2006

Rural learners: Internet uses through broadband connections. A presentation at the 22nd Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 3-5, 2005, Madison, WI, by Roger Hiemstra. [On-line]. Available: http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/Resource_library/ search_detail.cfm?presid=1864

Founding of the AEA of the USA—1949-1955: Crucial roles played by Howard McClusky, Malcolm Knowles, and Cyril Houle, paper presented at the 2003 Hall of Fame Conference (March 7), Norman, Oklahoma, 2003. [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance-syr.edu/hofpaper.html

Uses and benefits of journal writing. In L. M. English & M. A. Gillen (Eds.), Promoting journal writing in adult education (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 90), San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 2001

Self-directed learning: The personal responsibility model. In G. A. Straka (Ed.), Conceptions of self- directed learning. Münster/New York: Waxmann, 2000

Philosophical and ethical considerations. In P. S. Cookson (Ed.), Program planning for the training and continuing education of adults. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing, 1998 (co-author)

From mentor to partner: Lessons from a personal journey. In I. M. Saltiel, A. Sgroi, & R. G. Brockett (Eds.), The power and potential of collaborative learning partnerships (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 79). San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 1998 (co-author)

From whence have we come: The first twenty-five years of educational gerontology. In J. C. Fisher & M. A. Wolf (Eds.). Using learning to meet the challenges of older adulthood (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 77). San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 1998

Transitions in the workplace: Implications for self-directed learning. In M. A. Wolf & M. Leahey (Eds.), Adults in transition, Washington, DC: American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, 1998

Applying the individualizing instruction model with adult learners. In C. Dills & A. Romiszowski (Eds.), Instructional development: State of the art paradigms in the field (Volume Three). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications, 1997

Applying the individualizing instruction model with adult learners. In C. R. Dills & A. J. Romiszowski (Eds.), Instructional development paradigms. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology  publications, 1997

Computerized distance education: The role of facilitators. In N. Venkataiah (Ed.), Readings in educational technology. New Delhi: Ashish Publishers, 1996

Self-directed adult learning. In DeCorte & Weinert (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of developmental and instructional psychology, Oxford: Elsevier Science, 1996

Self-directed adult learning. In A. Tuijnman (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of adult education and training (second edition), Oxford: Elsevier Science, 1996

Self-directed learning: From theory to practice (Roger Hiemstra’s analyses on Stephen Brookfield). In G. J. Confessore & S. J. Confessore (Eds.), Korean version of Guideposts to self-directed learning: Expert commentary on essential concepts, Suwon, Korea: Seoul National University, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, 1996

Moderating discussions in the electronic classroom. In Z. L. Burge & M. P. Collins (Eds.), Computer-mediated communications and the online classroom. Volume III: Distance Learning. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press Inc., 1995 (co-author)

From behaviorism to humanism: Incorporating self-direction in learning concepts into the instructional design process. In H. B. Long & Associates, New ideas about self-directed learning. Norman, OK: Oklahoma Research Center for Continuing Professional and Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, 1994 (co-author)

Collaboration, networking, and the research community. In D. R. Garrison (Ed.), Research perspectives in adult education. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company, 1994 (co-author)

Self-directed learning. In T. Husen & T. N. Postlethwaite (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of education (second edition), Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1994

Lifelong education and personal growth. In A. Monk (Ed.), The Columbia retirement handbook. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994

Helping learners take responsibility for self-directed activities. In R. Hiemstra & R. G. Brockett (Eds.), Overcoming resistance to self-direction in adult learning (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 64). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994

Resistance to self-direction can be overcome. In R. Hiemstra & R. G. Brockett (Eds.), Overcoming resistance to self-direction in adult learning (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 64). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994

Three underdeveloped models for adult learning. In S. B. Merriam (Ed.), An update on adult learning theory (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 57). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993  

Self-directed learning. In T. Husen & T. N. Postlethwaite (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Education (second edition), Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1993

An analysis of Brookfield --  Self-directed learning: From theory to practice. In G. Confessore & S Confessore (Eds.), The executive summary of key literature in self-directed learning, King of Prussia, PA: Organization Design and Development, 1993

Aging and learning. In M. VanDerKamp (Ed.), Proceedings of Aging and learning: An agenda for the future, Learning Across the Life Span International Symposium, Groningen, The Netherlands, 1993

Self-directed learning for older adults. In W. Heil (Ed.), Proceedings of the Resourceful Aging Conference, Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons, 1993

Aging and learning: An agenda for the future. In A. C. Tuijnman & M. Van der Kamp (Eds.), Learning across the lifespan: Theories, research, policies, Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1992

Self-directed learning: From theory to practice (Roger Hiemstra’s analyses on Stephen Brookfield). In G. J. Confessore & S. J. Confessore (Eds.), Guideposts to self-directed learning: Expert commentary on essential concepts, King of Prussia, PA: Organization Design and Development, 1992

Individualizing the instructional process: What we have learned from two decades of research. In H. B. Long and Associates, Self-directed learning: Application and research. Norman, OK: Oklahoma Research Center for Continuing Professional and Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, 1992

Technical Report Series, Syracuse University Kellogg Project [Computer conferencing: A technology for adult education by B. Florini, Technical Report No. 1, 1989; Documenting adult education: Towards a cooperative strategy by T. Keenan, Technical Report No. 2, 1990; The Electronic Journal: Promises and predicaments by M. Ehringhaus, Technical Report No. 3, 1990; Kellogg adult education thesaurus by E. Allen, Technical Report No. 5, 1991] (co-editor for series)

English language adult education books: Their value to adult educators (Technical Report No. 4). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Kellogg Project, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 332 023 (co-author) (1991)

Aspects of effective learning environments. In R. Hiemstra, (Ed.), Environments for effective adult learning (New Directions for Continuing Education). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1991

Resources on adult learning environments. In R. Hiemstra, (Ed.), Environments for effective adult learning (New Directions for Continuing Education). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1991 (co-author)

Towards building more effective learning environments. In R. Hiemstra, (Ed.), Environments for effective adult learning (New Directions for Continuing Education). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1991

Individualizing the teaching and learning process. In M. Galbraith, (Ed.), Facilitating adult learning. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company, 1991 (co-author)

Shrinking to excellence: Is it possible? In D. Flannery & Others, Proceedings of the 1991 Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 13-15), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 352 502 (1991)

How effective is your teaching? In A. Blunt (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1990 annual conference, Commission of Professors of Adult Education, October 28-30, 1990, Salt Lake City, Utah. Saskatoon, Canada: College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 333 148 (co-author) (1990)

Environmental adult learning, Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (Athens, Georgia), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 357 160 (co-author) (1990)

Howard Yale McClusky--Adult Education Pioneer, paper presented at the Central New York Coalition for Adult and Continuing Education (May 30), Syracuse, New York, 1990. [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/cnycace.html

Self-directed learning for older adults, Proceedings of the Resourceful Aging: Today and Tomorrow Conference (Arlington, Virginia, October 9-10), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 344 041 (1990)

Assessing the relevance of selected learning objectives to adult education practice in Tanzania, Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (Madison, Wisconsin), 1989 (co-presenter)

Computer conferencing. In B. A. Quigley (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1989 Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (Atlantic City, New Jersey), 1989

The electronic age: Some adult education research needs. In R. A. Fellenz & G. J. Conti (Eds.), Building tomorrow's research agenda for lifelong learning: A symposium (Fort Collins, Colorado, May 19, 1987), Bozeman, Montana: Kellogg Center for Adult Learning Research, Montana State University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 306 455 (1989)

Translating personal values and philosophy into practical action. In R. G. Brockett (Ed.), Ethical issues in adult education. New York: Teachers College Press, 1988

Where we are and where we go from here. In R. Oaklief & B. Zelenak (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1988 Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 31-November 2, 1988), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 361 510 (1988)

Self-directed learning: Individualizing instruction. In H. B. Long (Ed.), Self-directed learning. Athens, Georgia: Adult Education Dept., School of Education, Univ. of Georgia, 1988

The older adult as learning participant. In R. G. Brockett, S. E. Easton, & J. O. Picton (Eds.), Adult and continuing education. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa, 1988

Electronic networking and the adult education researcher. Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (Laramie, Wyoming), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 283 936 (co-author) (1987)

The classroom learning scale: A criterion measure of the Oddi Continuing Learning Inventory. Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (Laramie, Wyoming), 1987 (co‑presenter)

Adult education and the adult educator of the future. In D. Boggs (Ed.), Twenty-first Century Challenges: Proceeding of the Golden Anniversary Conference on Graduate Study in Adult Education (October 17-18, 1986), Columbus, Ohio: Adult Education Dept., School of Education, Ohio State Univ., ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 283 044 (1987)

Writing and communicating through electronic networks. In L. Lewis (Ed.), Commission of Professors of Adult Education: Proceedings of the 1986 annual conference (October 21‑22, 1986, Hollywood, Florida), 1987 (co‑author)

Self-directed adult learning: Some implications for facilitators, Ohio State University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262 260, 1986

Self-directed adult learning: Some implications for practice, Ohio State University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262 259, 1986

Computers, telecommunications, and adult education scholarship, Proceedings of the 1986 Annual Adult Education Conference (Hollywood, Florida, October 20-22), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 287 022 (co-author) (1986)

The end and means of adult literacy education, Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (May 23-25, Adult Education Program, School of Education, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York), ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 269 571 (co author) (1986)

The older adult's learning projects. In D. Barry Lumsden (Ed.), The older adult as learner, Washington, D.C.: Hemisphere Publishing, 1985

Personal computers, telecommunications, and the adult education professional. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 250 446, 1985

Self-directed adult learning: Some implications for facilitators, Occasional Paper No. 3, Syracuse, New York: Administrative and Adult Studies, Syracuse University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262 260 (1985). Full text available here

Personal computers, telecommunications, and the adult education professional. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 250 446 (1985)

Personal computer literacy: Personal and professional implications. National Adult Education Conference (November 13), San Antonio, Texas, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 223 815 (co-author) (1983)

Self-directed adult learning research: Implications for adult education. In Chester Klevins (Ed.), Materials and methods in continuing education, Los Angeles: Klevins Publications, 1982 (co‑author)

Self-directed adult learning: Some implications for practice, Occasional Paper No. 2, Syracuse, New York: Administrative and Adult Studies, Syracuse University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262 259 (1982). Full text available here

Adults as learners: The State of the art. In Zipporah W. Collins (Ed.), Museums, adults and the humanities, Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums, 1981

Lifelong learning and the museum: The implications of lifelong learning. In Zipporah W. Collins (Ed.), Museums, adults and the humanities, Washington, D.C.: American Assoc. of Museums, 1981

Preparing human service practitioners to teach older adults, Information Series No. 209, ERIC Clearinghouse for Adult, Career, and Vocational Education, Ohio State University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 193 529 (1980)

Policy recommendations related to self directed adult learners, Occasional Paper No. 1, Syracuse, New York: Administrative and Adult Studies, Syracuse University, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 198 304 (1980). Full text available here

Adult and community education: Mobilizing the resources of the city. In W. Franklin Spikes (Ed.), The university and the inner city: A redefinition of relationships, Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath and Company, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 184 470 (1980)

The interrelationship between adult and community education. In A national initiative in interagency cooperation, Arlington, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, National Joint Continuing Steering Committee on Community Education, 1980

Eldercollege report, Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University, Alumni Association, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 198 303 (co author) (1979)

New career opportunities in gerontology for the 1980's: A crystal ball. In Mildred M. Seltzer, Harvey Sterns, and Tom Hickey (Eds.), Gerontology in higher education, Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1978

The community perspective for research on lifelong learning. Adult Education Research Association Annual Conference, Toronto (March 27-31), Ontario, Canada, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 153 011 (1978)

Program planning and evaluation. In Steven Goodman (Ed.), Handbook on contemporary education, New York: Bowker Company, 1976

The older adult and learning, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 117 371 (1976)

Adult basic education in Nebraska: Administrator comparison study, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, 1974

Adult education: Survey report 1973, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, 1974

The teaching of reading in ABE: Survey report 1973, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, 1973

Andragogy: A discussion about a new concept in adult education, Lincoln, Nebraska: Nebraska Education Television Council for Higher Education (a 30 minute television program), 1972 (co-author with Malcolm Knowles

A conceptual framework for educational program planning and evaluation, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 063 533 (1972)

Instructional programs in the adult education approach to community development, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 056 286, 1972

Program planning and evaluation: A bibliography. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 056 285 (1972)

Community education: A bibliography. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 056 284 (1972)

Current standards and practices in public television, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, 1971

Educational investments and economic growth: A case study in continuing and community education, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Michigan, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 049 447 (1970)

Instructional programs in the adult education approach to community development. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 056 286 (1968)

Roles, attitudes, and desired characteristics of 4-H organization leaders, Iowa State University of Science and Technology, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 019 608 (1968)

 

Books

 

Toward ethical practice. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company, 2004 (Ralph G. Brockett and Roger Hiemstra)

Professional writing: Processes, strategies, and tips for publishing in educational journals. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company, 1994 (co-author)

Overcoming resistance to self-direction in adult learning (Co-editor and Chapter Contributor). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass (New Directions Series), 1994). [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/ndacesdindex.html

El aprendizaje autodirigido en la educacion de adultos: Perspectivas teoricas, practicas y de investigacion (Spanish edition of Self-direction in adult learning: Perspectives on theory, research and practice). Barcelona: Paidos Educador, 1993 (co-author)

Creating environments for effective adult learning (New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1991 (editor). [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/leindex.html

Self-direction in learning: Perspectives in theory, research, and practice. London, UK: Routledge, 1991, (co-author). [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/sdlindex.html

Individualizing instruction for adult learners: Making learning personal, empowering, and successful. San Francisco: Jossey‑Bass, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 323 898, 1990 (co‑author). [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/iiindex.html

Changing approaches to studying adult education, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1980 (co‑editor and chapter author). [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/cacontents.html

Lifelong learning, Lincoln, Nebraska: Professional Educators Publications, 1976. Updated 2002. [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/lll.html 

The educative community: Linking the community, school, and family, Lincoln, Nebraska: Professional Educators Publications, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 078 575, 1972. Update 1997. On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/commindx.html  

 

Conference and Meeting Presentations

 

Teaching at CDL: An overview of a survey of faculty experience in the new instructor orientation (co-presenter). 2010 CDL conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, 2010

Fostering self-directed learning in formal educational environments. (co-presenter). International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2010

The PRO model after two decades: Bringing the model into the 21st century. (co-presenter). International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2010

How the Internet is changing self-directed learning. Empire State College Center for Distance Learning Annual Conference, Albany, NY, 2009.

A conversation on future directions for self-directed learning. (co-presenter). International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2008

Why church history is important. [and] Portraying church history. Workshop presentations at Mining our past to inform our future: A church history preservation workshop. Syracuse, NY, and Barneveld, NY, 2007. [On-line]. Available: http://www-distance.syr.edu/churchhistory.html

Preserving the past for the future. A workshop presentation at the Annual New York State Convention of Universalists, Albany, NY, 2006 (co-presenter). [On-line]. Available as Document 18: http://www-distance.syr.edu/archives2005-2006.html

A conversation with Maurice Gibbons (co-presenter). International Symposium on Self-Directed learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2007

If the influenza pandemic happens …. An important role for self-directed learning? (co-presenter). International Symposium on Self-Directed learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2007

Writing for the International Journal of Self-Directed Learning (co-presenter). International Symposium on Self-Directed learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2007

Sam May and the MMUUS preservation activities. Annual SLD Assembly, Geneva, NY, 2006

Has the Internet changed self-directed learning? International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2006

SDL perspectives: 1986-2006. International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2006 (co-presenter)

The unbroken chain: Four generations reflect on self-directed learning research. International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2006 (co-presenter)

Rural Learners: Internet Uses Through Broadband Connections, Distance Learning Conference, Madison, WI, 2005

Reflections as a scholar in self-directed learning, International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2005

Introduction to Towards Ethical Practice, ACHE 2004 Regional Spring Conference, Elmira, NY, 2004

Satellite delivery of high speed Internet: Lessons learned for a quantum leap, ACHE, Charlottesville, VA, 2003

The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame, ACHE, Charlottesville, VA, 2003

From past to present: Why continuing educators need to understand the field’s history as a context for survival, for CEA’s 40th Anniversary Conference: Continuing Excellence in Continuing Education; Geneva, NY, 2003

Dialogue on Distance Learning, Elmira College Faculty and Staff, Elmira, NY, 2003

Lifelong learning: The retirement option, AARP Conference, Rochester, NY, 2002

Information age technology: Implications for adult educators (keynote presentation), PAACE 2002.Conference: Bridging the Gap, Hershey, PA, 2002

Effective educational tools for teaching adults, Workshop for New York State Employees, Watertown, 2001

Creating an effective learning environment, Economic Opportunity Center faculty and staff, Syracuse, New York, 2001

Trainer as expert, Volunteer Trainers - Making a Difference, DOT Volunteer Trainer Institute, Syracuse, New York, 2001

Teaching and training adults: What does the future hold? Annual Training of Trainers Dialogue, Elmira College, Elmira, New York, 2001

Alternative delivery programs, ACHE Region II Spring Conference, Rensselaerville, NY, 2000

Lifelong learning and retirement, Creative Retirement Luncheon, LeMoyne College, Syracuse, NY, 1999

Developing a personal philosophy statement, Florida Atlantic University, Educational Leadership and Adult Education, Boca Raton, FL, 1998

Computerized distance education: A future for higher education, The Syracuse University's Instructional Development, Design, and Evaluation Department's 50th Year Reunion Conference "Envisioning Education Technology upon Entering the Next Millennium," Syracuse, NY, 1998

Strategies for Dealing with Workplace Transitions: An important role for continuing higher education, Annual Conference, ACHE Region II, West Point, NY, 1998

Self-advocacy and self-directed learning: A potential confluence for enhanced personal empowerment, SUNY Empire State College Conference “Disabled, But Enabled and Empowered,” Rochester, NY, 1998

Learning techniques and resources for the self-directed individual, World Conference on Self-Directed Learning: Present and Future, Montreal, Canada, 1997

Styles in Approaching Change: The Contribution of Self-Directed Learning Preferences, World Conference on Self-directed Learning: Present and Future, Montreal, Canada, 1997 (co-presenter)

Self-directed learning: Helping learners take more personal responsibility, Continuing Education Faculty Orientation, Elmira College, Elmira, NY, 1997

Networking and distance learning, Monthly Meeting, Central New York Coalition of Adult and Continuing Education, Syracuse, NY, 1997

Adult, continuing, and higher education: Opportunities for the 21st Century, Association for Continuing Higher Education Region II, Spring Conference, Corning, NY, 1997

Enhancing our work with adult learners: Building commitment in a time of change, Third Annual Central New York Coalition for Adult and Continuing Education Conference, Syracuse, NY, 1996

Developments in self-directed during the past decade, Tenth International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1996

Values, ethics, and needs in planning self-directed adult learning experiences, Tenth International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1996 (co-presenter)

What's in a word: Changes in self-directed learning language in a decade, Tenth International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1996

Professional Writing and Publishing, Monroe Community College Faculty, Rochester, New York, 1994

Adult, Self-Directed Learning, Albany International Trainers, Homer, New York, 1994

The Future of Graduate Adult Education, University of Cincinnati Faculty, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994

Self-Directed Learning, Arthur Andersen Trainers, St. Charles, Illinois, 1994

Adult and Distance Education, NOVA-Southeastern University Doctoral Students, Phoenix, Arizona, 1994

Professional and Technical Writing (credit workshop), Skills Dynamic Trainers, IBM, Toronto, Canada, 1994

Self-Directed Learning and Trainers, Power Utility Trainers of New York, Syracuse, New York, 1994

Professional Writing and Publishing Workshop, Tuskegee University faculty, Tuskegee, Alabama, 1994

Mentoring, Department of Educational Leadership students and faculty, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, 1994 (co-presenter)

Adult learning theory, research, and knowledge, Annual Central New York ASTD Train the Trainer workshop, Syracuse, New York, 1993

Write Tight!, Annual conference of the Christian Writers' Guild, Syracuse, New York, 1993

Adult learning knowledge and philosophical implications, Consortium for Staff Development of Central New York, Syracuse and Auburn, New York, 1993

Reactions to the literature of educational gerontology, Annual Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Dallas, Texas, 1993

Overcoming resistance to self-direction in adult learning, Annual Conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Dallas, Texas, 1993 (co-presenter)

Survival strategies learned from a program closing, Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education, Dallas, Texas, 1993  

Instructional strategies and techniques, Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education, Dallas, Texas, 1993

Collaboration, networking, and the research process, Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education, Dallas, Texas, 1993 (co-presenter)

Humanizing instruction: Applying self-direction in learning in traditionally positivist practices, 7th International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1993 (co-presenter)

Opportunities for learner control, 7th International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1993

Humanizing the instructional design process: Applying self-direction in learning concepts into traditionally positivist practices, 7th International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1993 (co-presenter)

Opportunities for learner control, 7th International Symposium on Self-Directed Learning, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1993

Adult Education and HRD in the Netherlands, Commission of Professors of Adult Education, Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, 1992

The Future of Adult Education, Conversations on Lifelong Learning for University of Alaska, at Annual Conference, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education, 1992

Self-Directed Learning: How Important is It for Meeting Future Training Needs, T. O. Faculty, Staff, and Students, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, 1992

Learning Environments and the Adult Learner, Department of Adult Education Seminar, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1992

Creating Effective Learning Environments for Adults, University Colloquium, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, 1992

Teaching Adults in Non-Traditional Formats, Niagara University College of Business Administration, Niagara University, NY, 1991

The Graduate Program of Adult Education at Syracuse University, Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1991

Self-Directed Learning: Some Research Trends, Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1991

Computerized Distance Education: The Role for Facilitators, International Conference for Corporate Training for Effective Performance, Enschede, The Netherlands, 1991

Aging and learning: An agenda for the future, Learning Across the Life Span International Symposium, Groningen, The Netherlands, 1991

Lifelong learning opportunities and resources, Pre-Retirement Program, Crouse-Hinds, Syracuse, New York, 1991

Concept of community and analysis of power structures, Hispanic Leadership Institute, Rochester, New York, 1991

Enhancing adult learning through self-directed and individualizing instruction, 39th Annual Adult Education Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1990 (co-presenter)

The future for technology and the adult educator, 39th Annual Adult Education Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1990

Effective instruction, Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1990 (co-presenter)

Howard Yale McClusky: How biographical research can inform practice, Central New York Coalition for Adult and Continuing Education symposium, Syracuse, NY, 1990

Adult learning in the administrative professions, presentation to a symposium for educational administrators sponsored by SUNY-Oswego, Oswego, NY, 1990

An agenda for the future, presentation made for the lifelong education track, Resourceful Aging Conference, sponsored by AARP, Washington, DC, 1990

The adult education program at Syracuse University, presentation made to the Fayetteville Methodist Church adult study group, 1990

Adult education developments in Indonesia, presentation made to the Central New York chapter of UNA/USA, 1990

The future of adult education: How the Kellogg Project at Syracuse University has impacted on the future, St. Patrick's College symposium for adult and community educators, Maynooth County, Kildare, Ireland, 1990

Technology and adult education: The impact of electronic communication, symposium for professional adult educators, Dublin, Ireland, 1990

Computer conferencing and distance learning, Empire State College Research Symposium, Rochester, NY, 1989

Computerized distance education: Continuing higher education's future outreach medium, Association for Continuing Higher Education Annual Conference, Charleston, SC, 1989

Distance education: The Kellogg Project at Syracuse University, Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, 1989

Computerized distance education: The role of the facilitator, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, 1989

Literature of the field: Recommendations for a personal collection, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, 1989

Understanding adult learners: What we know may change Schools of Education, S.U. School of Education Alumni meeting, Rochester, New York, 1988

The Kellogg Project at Syracuse University: Research implications for adult education, Summer Institute on Adult Learning Research, Big Sky, Montana, 1988

Self-directed learning: Some observations, Annual Conference of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1988

The Kellogg Project at Syracuse University: Implications for international cooperation, Swedish-American Adult Education Meeting, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1988

Creating new adult education knowledge, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1988 (co-presenter)

Self-direction in adult learning: Myth and reality, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1988 (co-presenter)

Community education for adults, Pre-Retirement Program, Crouse-Hinds, Syracuse, New York, 1988

International information exchange: Sharing adult education resources worldwide, Annual Conference of the International League for Social Commitment in Adult Education, Bergen, Netherlands, 1987 (co‑presenter)

Comparing andragogy in two cultures: Tanzania and the United States, Comparative Adult Education: An International Conference, Oxford, England, 1987  

Future adult learning research needs, Montana State University Kellogg Conference, Ft. Collins, Colorado, 1987

Community education for adults, Pre‑Retirement Program, Crouse‑Hinds, Syracuse, New York, 1987

An adult education mentor and colleague, keynoter at a conference in honor of the retirement of W. C. Meierhenry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1986

Community education for adults, Pre‑Retirement Program, Crouse‑Hinds, Syracuse, New York, 1986

Evaluating the Kellogg Project, Evaluation Consortium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, 1986

Professional writing in adult education, presentation at the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Hollywood, Florida, 1986  

Publishing in adult education journals, presentation at the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Hollywood, Florida, 1986  

Teaching and the self-directed learner, Symposium on Self-directed Learning, Adult Education Department and Kellogg Project, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 1986  

The focus of literacy education, symposium presenter and moderator, Adult Education Research Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, 1986

The future and adult education, keynoter at a conference honoring the twenty-fifth anniversary of graduate adult education at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1986  

Professional development centers for adult educators. National Adult Education Conference, Milwaukee, 1985

Educational gerontology: Legacy of an adult educator. National Adult Education Conference, Milwaukee, 1985

Self-directed learning. Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 1984

The weekend‑scholar: Some teaching implications. National Adult Education Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 1984

Personal computers, telecommunications, and the adult education professional. National Adult Education Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 1984

The Junta: Implications for adult educators. National Adult Education Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 1984

Self-directed learning in non‑traditional settings. Regional ASTD Conference, Syracuse, 1984  

Adult learning behavior. Niagara Frontier Chapter Meeting, ASTD, Buffalo, 1984

The role of research for adult education students. Research colloquium for Weekend Scholar Students, Syracuse, 1984

Community adult education: Some implications for educational gerontologists. University of Southern Maine, Gerontology Conference, Portland, 1984

Personal and professional applications of the home computer. Education and Technology Conference, Grossingers, New York, 1984 (co‑presenter)

Mentoring. National Adult Education Conference, Philadelphia, 1983

Systematic program planning. Onondaga County Library Coordinators, Syracuse, New York, 1983

Adults as learners. ASTD Regional Conference, Syracuse, New York, 1983

Personal computer literacy: Personal and professional implications. BOCES continuing education staff, Syracuse, New York, 1983

Personal computer literacy: Personal and professional implications. School of Education Retreat, Syracuse University, 1983

Personal computer literacy: Personal and professional implications. National Adult Education Conference (November 13), San Antonio, Texas, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 223 815, 1982 (co-presenter)

Self-directed adult learning: The state of the art in North America. Open University Continuing Education Conference, Milton Keynes, England, 1982

Adult education research in America: Implications for Anglo‑American cooperation. SCUTREA Annual Conference, Nottingham, England, 1982

The elderly learner: A naturalistic inquiry. Adult Education Research Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1982

Teaching community adult education skills and knowledge. Adult Education Research Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1982

Self‑planned learning: Implications for policy, practice and research. American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, New York City, 1982

Older adult education: Past to the present. American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, New York City, 1982

Special needs of the over‑40 student. Continuing Education Association, State University of New York Annual Conference, Niagara Falls, New York, 1981

Publishing opportunities in adult education. National Adult Education Conference, Anaheim, California, 1981

The elderly learner. National Adult Education Conference, Anaheim, California, 1981

Self-directed adult learning: Resource implications. Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Anaheim, California, 1981

Adult education research needs in New York. New York Association of Continuing and Community Education Annual Meeting, Fallsburg, 1981

Naturalistic research in adult education. Adult Education Research Conference, DeKalb, Illinois, 1981

Qualitative research in adult education. University of Missouri‑Kansas City Adult Education Conference, tele‑lecture, 1981

Self-directed adult learning: Implications for Extension. Iowa State University Cooperative Extension Agents Annual Conference, tele‑lecture, 1981

Self-directed adult learning: Some policy implications. NIE Adult Learning Project, Burlington, Vermont, 1981

Self-directed adult learning: The future. Adult Education Seminar, Cornell University, 1980

Self-directed adult learning. National Adult Education Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, 1980

Aging and the older learner. Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, St. Louis, 1980

The future of adult education in New York. Central New York Association of Continuing and Community Education Annual Meeting, Syracuse, 1980

Training needs and the hospital employee. Veteran's Hospital Management Staff, Knoxville, Iowa, 1980

Success and the self-directed adult learner. Faculty and Student Seminar, Syracuse University, Syracuse, 1980

Program planning and evaluation. AID Insurance Staff Training Session, Appleton, Wisconsin, 1980

Lifelong learning and the role of the museum. Lifelong Learning Workshop, Oakland, California, 1980

Adults as learners. Lifelong Learning Workshop, Oakland, California, 1980

Futures invention and the adult learner. NW Iowa Community College Staff Training, Estherville, 1979

Self-directed adult learning: Some success criteria. National University Extension Association Regional Meeting, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1979

Learning and the older adult, Illinois Aging Network Conference, Peoria, 1979

Teaching the mature learner. Teacher Training Workshop, San Diego State University, 1979

The older adult's learning needs. Adult Education Research Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1979

The future of adult education. Tri‑State Adult Education Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, 1979

The educative community and the adult learner's needs, Adult Education Workshop, Lakeland College, Vermilon, Alberta, Canada, 1979

Community and the adult educator. Adult Education Workshop, The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1979

The older adult: Sensitivity needs for the leader. 4‑H Leader Training, Iowa State University, Ames, 1979

International students in graduate adult education. Altrusa International Club, Des Moines, Iowa, 1979

The adult as learner. Ministry of Agriculture Extension Agents, Kingston, Jamaica, 1978

Philosophy and the adult educator. American Society for Training and Development State Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1978

The adult as lifelong learner. National Adult Education Institute, Sponsored by Kansas State University, Granby, Colorado, 1978

The adult learner in a lifelong learning society. Adult Education Project Teacher Training Workshop, State University of New York at Albany, 1978

Preretirement and the older learner. Adult Education Department Graduate Student Symposium, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1978

Educational gerontology: Bridging the gap between learning and the older adult. Symposium on Educational Gerontology, University of Wisconsin ‑ Milwaukee, 1978

Adult teacher training research needs. University of Mid‑America Regional Research Consortium, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1978

Awarding credit for adult experiences. Missouri Valley Adult Education Association Annual Meeting, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1978

Adult education research needs. Commission of Professors of Adult Education Regional Conference, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1978

Lifelong learning: Building a self-directed learning society. Federation of North Texas Area Universities Adult/Continuing Education Conference, Dallas, Texas, 1978

The community perspective for research on lifelong learning. Adult Education Research Association Annual Conference, Toronto (March 27-31), Ontario, Canada, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 153 011, 1978

Lifelong learning: The impact on public and higher education. Phi Delta Kappa meeting, Manhattan, Kansas, 1978

Lifelong learning and the role of the public schools. College of Education Student and Faculty Convocation, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 1978

Rural America's older adult in‑migration increase. National Adult Education Conference, Detroit, Michigan, 1977

Program planning and the adult as learner. Des Moines Area Community College Staff Training, Ankeny, Iowa, 1977

Learning contracts and the adult learner. Teacher effectiveness conference, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1977

Counseling the adult as learner, PACE Advisory Council Training Session, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1977

Futurology: A planning tool for adult educators. Department of Public Instruction Adult Education Teacher Training, Marshalltown, Iowa, 1977

The adult as a maturing learner. Hawkeye Institute Adult Education Teacher Training Session, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1977

Disseminating ABE Information. Commission of Adult Basic Education Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, 1977

Activating the educative community. North Iowa Community College Educators Annual Meeting, Mason City, Iowa, 1977

Career opportunities in educational gerontology. Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, Tucson, Arizona, 1977

The future of community development in adult education: Hope or Despair. Adult Education Association of the USA Annual Conference, New York, New York, 1976

Adult learners' needs and the classroom teacher. Public School Adult Education Teachers Annual Orientation, Des Moines, Iowa, 1976

The adult as learner. Region VIII Hospital Educators training meeting, Omaha, Nebraska, 1976

Planning and evaluation skills for CETA workers. Southwest Iowa Learning Resources Center Career Education Project, Red Oak, Iowa, 1976

The adult as learner. Lincoln Social Services Training Session, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

Futures in adult education. Missouri Valley Adult Education Association Annual Conference, Waterloo, Iowa, 1976

Program planning and evaluation. Lincoln‑Lancaster Mental Health Center Staff Training Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

Needs assessment. Lincoln General Hospital Management Education and Training Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

Program planning and evaluation for the leisure service practitioner. The Nebraska Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, 1976

Continuing education for the professional. Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Annual Conference, Kearney, Nebraska, 1976

Futurology and adult education. Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Annual Conference, Kearney, Nebraska, 1976

Program planning and evaluation. Southeast Community College Adult Education Teachers Orientation, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

Adult basic education research. GED Examiners and ABE Supervisors Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

Evaluation. Nebraska Extension Home Economist Training Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

The self-directed adult learner. Southeast Community College Teachers and Administrators Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1976

Older adult learning. National Council on the Aging Seminar on Senior Centers, Airlee, Virginia, 1975

Evaluation needs in preretirement training. Nebraska Preretirement training program workshop, Omaha, Nebraska, 1975

The older adult learner. National Council on the Aging Regional Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1975

Andragogy and the adult learner. University of Nebraska School of Dentistry, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1975

The older adult and learning. Department of Adult Education Seminar, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1975

Research and the practitioner. National University Extension Association Regional Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1974

Future of adult education. Kansas Adult Education Association Annual Meeting, Salina, Kansas, 1974

Program planning and evaluation. Annual Colby Community College Adult Education Staff Orientation, Colby, Kansas, 1974

Andragogy, adult learning, and community education. Colby Community College Adult Education Teachers Workshop, Colby, Kansas, 1974

Clearinghouse activities in adult education. Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Annual Conference, North Platte, Nebraska, 1974

Futurology and adult education. Central Nebraska Community College Adult Education Teacher Convocation, Grand Island, Nebraska, 1974

Activating the educative community. Southwest Iowa Learning Resources Center Teacher Training Workshop, Red Oak, Iowa  1974

Adult education research needs. Commission of Professors of Adult Education Regional Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1974

Theoretical basis for community education. Nebraska Community College Directors of Community Service Workshop, Grand Island, Nebraska, 1974

Andragogy and the adult as learner. University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1974

Program planning and evaluation for older adult programs. Airlee House Seminar for the National Institute of Senior Centers, National Council on the Aging, Airlee, Virginia, 1973

The adult learner as a health education client. Nebraska State Health Educators Annual Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1973

The future of adult education and community service in the community college. National University Extension Association Regional Conference, Lawrence, Kansas, 1973

Needed: Clearinghouse activities in adult education. Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Annual Conference, Grand Island, Nebraska, 1973

Needs assessment techniques. Missouri Valley Adult Education Association Annual Conference, Sioux City, Iowa, 1973

Expanding the education usage of census information. Commission of Professors of Adult Education Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1972

Program planning and evaluation. Nebraska Extension Expanded Nutrition Aide Training, Omaha, Nebraska, 1972

Assessing needs for adult education. Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Annual Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, 1971

The adult as learner. Nebraska Extension Expanded Nutrition Aide Training, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1971

Working with parents as educators. Head Start/Follow Through Teacher Training Workshop, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1971

Community adult education: A case study of two Michigan cities. University of Nebraska Adult Education Department Faculty and Student Seminar, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1970

Program planning models. University of Michigan Adult Community Education Department Annual Student Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1969

Instructional programs in the adult education approach to community development. Adult Education Association of the USA Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1968