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Crediting Adult Learning
(Conference of the Adult Education Research, 2000)
This paper reports on the uncertainties and dilemmas experienced by three researchers as they continue to explore how informal and non-formal union-sponsored learning can be translated into college and university credits.
Lacanian Perspectives on Knowledge, Truth, Method, Rigor,
(American Educational Research Conference Association., 2002)
Online Workers' Education
(International Journal of Instructional Media, 2001)
This paper recounts the preliminary findings of a research project designed to explore the relevance of computer-mediated communication technologies for the collective and social purposes that are an integral part of ...
The Truth Is That Which Runs After the Truth
(Annual Standing Conference on University Teaching & Research in the Education of Adults, 2002)
Pedagogy, Practice, and Psychoanalysis
(American Educational Research Conference Association, 2000)
How a FIRM (Flexibility, Innovation, Robustness, and Maturity)Argument for FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) Can Displace FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt)
(In the Proceedings of the Open Source Software for Europe Conference, 2005)
The Teaching Imaginary: Collective Identity in a Post-Prefixed Age
(Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002)
Every society up to now has attempted to give an answer to a few fundamental questions: Who are we as a collectivity? What are we for one another? Where and in what are we? What do we want; what do we desire; what are ...
Teaching & Research: Learning's Twin Poles
(2nd Canadian Summit on the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, 2006)
One reason I wanted to be here today is because I have a nagging concern about the drive to incorporate research more explicitly into teaching. It’s reminiscent of the drive for "quality" education in schools, which ...