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1 Where in AERC 2002-2005 is Self-Directed Learning? Presented by: Dessa Beswick Technology Trainer University of Tennessee, Knoxville For the 20th International Self-Directed Learning Symposium Cocoa Beach Florida February 8-11, 2006

2 Introduction The initial research in 2002 was followed by the current expansion of the original content analysis to include the 2003-2005 AERC proceedings. This poster presentation is the result of the four-year search for self-directed learning in the AERC proceedings. The results include the title and the author(s). They are listed in chronological order by year and in alphabetical order by author.

3 AERC 2002 Exploring the Self/Group Initiated and On-the- Job Learning Activities of Low Income WomenExploring the Self/Group Initiated and On-the- Job Learning Activities of Low Income Women Shauna Butterwick University of British Columbia, Canada Witches Ways of Knowing: The Adult Learning Process in Joining Social GroupsWitches Ways of Knowing: The Adult Learning Process in Joining Social Groups Bradley C. Courtenay and Sharan B. Merriam University of Georgia, USA Lisa M. Baumgartner Buffalo State College, USA Sessions the contain Self-Directed Learning

4 2002 Sessions (Continued) Habermasian Theory and the Development of Critical Theoretical Discourses in Adult EducationHabermasian Theory and the Development of Critical Theoretical Discourses in Adult Education Patricia A. Gouthro Mount St. Vincent University, Canada Situating Cognition: Knowledge and Power in ContextSituating Cognition: Knowledge and Power in Context Catherine A. Hansman Cleveland State University, USA Arthur L. Wilson Cornell University, USA

5 2002 Sessions (Continued) Find Out Who You Really Are: Adult Learning In Virtual WorldsFind Out Who You Really Are: Adult Learning In Virtual Worlds Elisabeth Hayes University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA A Journey of Transformation: A Model of Educators' Learning Experiences in Educational TechnologyA Journey of Transformation: A Model of Educators' Learning Experiences in Educational Technology Kathleen P. King Fordham University, USA

6 2002 Sessions (Continued) Resistance to Interlocking Power Structures Among Adult EducatorsResistance to Interlocking Power Structures Among Adult Educators Ming-Yeh Lee, Doris Flowers, and Vanessa Sheared San Francisco State University, USA Power Relationships In Two Web-based CoursesPower Relationships In Two Web-based Courses John M. Pettitt North Carolina State University, USA Developing Adult Learners: A ModelDeveloping Adult Learners: A Model Kathleen Taylor Saint Marys College of California, USA Catherine Marienau DePaul University, USA

7 2002 Sessions (Continued) Dealing with Religious, Cultural, and Spiritual Pluralism in Adult and Higher Education Practice in an Age of Terrorism: Challenges and ControversiesDealing with Religious, Cultural, and Spiritual Pluralism in Adult and Higher Education Practice in an Age of Terrorism: Challenges and Controversies Elizabeth J. Tisdell (organizer), National-Louis University; USA Derise Tolliver, DePaul Univerity; USA Nadira Charaniya, Springfield College; USA Jane West Walsh, DeLeT: Day School Leadership Through Teaching Fellowship Program, USA Robert Hill, The University of Georgia, USA Ian Baptiste, Penn State University, USA

8 2002 Graphs Total Sessions: 76 Total Hits: 30 Percent of Sessions: 13%

9 AERC 2003 Im Not Sitting on the Couch Eating Bon Bons!: Womens Transitions from Welfare to Paid Work and EducationIm Not Sitting on the Couch Eating Bon Bons!: Womens Transitions from Welfare to Paid Work and Education Cynthia Lee Andruske, Doctoral Candidate University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada Being Sparing In Our Teaching: Place, Placelessness, And Instructional Strategies?Being Sparing In Our Teaching: Place, Placelessness, And Instructional Strategies? Valerie-Lee Chapman North Carolina State University, United States

10 2003 Sessions (Continued) Peeling the Onion: Discovering the Untold Stories of Learning of Black Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Men Through Narrative InquiryPeeling the Onion: Discovering the Untold Stories of Learning of Black Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Men Through Narrative Inquiry Mavis A. Clark Georgia Perimeter College, U.S.A. Open to Interpretation: Multiple Intelligences Theory in Adlt Literacy EducatoionOpen to Interpretation: Multiple Intelligences Theory in Adlt Literacy Educatoion Silja Kallenback World Education, USA

11 2003 Sessions (Continued) Adults Learning through Acting as Adult EducatorsAdults Learning through Acting as Adult Educators Linda D. Sayre Human Resources Development Consultant, USA Balancing Assets and Deficits: Who Controls the Online Patient Education Learning Agenda?Balancing Assets and Deficits: Who Controls the Online Patient Education Learning Agenda? Meg Wise University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

12 2003 Sessions (Continued) The Good Teacher? Constructing Teacher Identities for Lifelong LearningThe Good Teacher? Constructing Teacher Identities for Lifelong Learning Miriam Zukas, University of Leeds, UK Tara Fenwick, University of Alberta, Canada Ann Harris and Christine Jarvis, University of Huddersfield, UK Janice Malcolm, University of Leeds, UK Dan Pratt, University of British Columbia, Canada

13 2003 Graphs Total Sessions: 79 Total Hits: 13 Percent of Sessions: 8%

14 AERC 2004 Women on Welfare: Expanding CitizenshipWomen on Welfare: Expanding Citizenship Cynthia Lee Andruske University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada Meanings and Manifestations of the Anarchist- Utopian Ethos in Adult EducationMeanings and Manifestations of the Anarchist- Utopian Ethos in Adult Education Roger Boshier, University of British Columbia

15 2004 Sessions (Continued) Intellectual Colonialism or Liberatory Education? An Exploration of Adult Education in an International ContextIntellectual Colonialism or Liberatory Education? An Exploration of Adult Education in an International Context Ann Harris, Helen MF Jones University of Huddersfield Rethinking Digital Literacies and LearningRethinking Digital Literacies and Learning Elisabeth Hayes University of Wisconsin-Madison

16 2004 Sessions (Continued) I am in Constant Learning Mode: Mothers of Children with an Invisible DisabilityI am in Constant Learning Mode: Mothers of Children with an Invisible Disability Alice Home University of Ottawa Using Oral History and Archival Exploration to Forge a Path to the Past: A General Survey of the Adult Education Opportunities Available to African American Adults in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1930-1949Using Oral History and Archival Exploration to Forge a Path to the Past: A General Survey of the Adult Education Opportunities Available to African American Adults in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1930-1949 Lisa Merriweather Hunn University of Georgia

17 2004 Sessions (Continued) Living and Learning with Technology: Faculty as Reflective Practitioners in the Online ClassroomLiving and Learning with Technology: Faculty as Reflective Practitioners in the Online Classroom Patricia A. Lawler, Kathleen P. King, Stephen C. Wilhite Widener University, Fordham University, Widener University Exploring the Changing Nature of Work and Lifelong Learning: Preliminary Findings of a Canadian National SurveyExploring the Changing Nature of Work and Lifelong Learning: Preliminary Findings of a Canadian National Survey David W. Livingstone OISE/University of Toronto

18 2004 Sessions (Continued) Learning Democracy through Self-governance: The Case of Housing Co-operativeLearning Democracy through Self-governance: The Case of Housing Co-operative Karsten Mündel, Fiona Duguid, Daniel Schugurensky OISE/University of Toronto Informal Learning Practices of Adults with Limited Literacy SkillsInformal Learning Practices of Adults with Limited Literacy Skills Maurice C. Taylor, Jane Boulton University of Ottawa, Smithers Community Learning Services

19 2004 Graphs Total Sessions: 88 Total Hits: 21 Percent of Sessions: 11%

20 AERC 2005 Beyond The Inquiring Mind: Cyril Houles Connection to Self-Directed LearningBeyond The Inquiring Mind: Cyril Houles Connection to Self-Directed Learning Ralph G. Brockett Robert C. Donaghy Informal Learning in MalaysiaInformal Learning in Malaysia Mazalan Kamis, Mazanah Muhamad, Adnan M. Junoh, Azizan Asmuni, and Khairudin Idris Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia Contextualizing Professional Development in Adult Learning with Urban Alternative High SchoolsContextualizing Professional Development in Adult Learning with Urban Alternative High Schools Kathleen P. King, Barbara P. Heuer, and Maat Ol Jakuta Fordham University, USA

21 2005 Sessions (Continued) Challenging the Hegemony of Western Views of LearningChallenging the Hegemony of Western Views of Learning Sharan B. Merriam, The University of Georgia, USA Logama Doraisamy, Telekom, Malaysia Brian Findsen, University of Glasgow, Scotland Mazalan Kamis, Cornell University and Malaysia Youngwha Kee, Soongsil University, South Korea Mazanah Mohamad, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia Gabo Ntseane, University of Botswana, Botswana Swathj Nath Thaker, University of Georgia, USA

22 2005 Sessions (Continued) The Self-directed Learning of Men with Prostate Cancer : A Qualitative StudyThe Self-directed Learning of Men with Prostate Cancer : A Qualitative Study Kathleen B. Rager University of Oklahoma, USA

23 2005 Graphs Total Sessions: 97 Total Hits: 76 Percent of Sessions: 5%

24 2002 - 2005 Graphs Total Sessions: 340 Total Hits: 140 Total Sessions that contain SDL: 32 Percent of Sessions that contain SDL: 9%


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