This library guide is a starting point for research in the field of adult education. Here you will find information about and online access to:
Explore Machi & McEvoy's Literature Review Model (2009) to learn how AU Librarians can support you during research projects and where the library 'fits' in their six step literature review process. Discover how to incorporate boolean operators and utilize limiters to strategically focus your search strategies. This section also includes a video tutorial to help manage your research with Google Drive, EBSCO databases, and OneSearch.
Scholars identified by M. Ed. professors as important Voices in Adult Education is a key feature of this guide. Explore pages dedicated to Malcolm S. Knowles, Stephen Brookfield, Rosemary Cafferella, Sharan Merriam, and Edward Thorndike. Choose a name from the drop-down menu and review selected resoruces including books, eBooks, journal articles, and internet resources.
Navigate this guide using the tabs located at the top of the page; several include drop-down menu options with additional information. Select a tab to review page contents and use the arrow to locate corresponding topics. Throughout the guide, infographics and handouts provided; download, print, and save them for future reference. Resources are updated frequently, take time to bookmark this M.Ed. Adult Education guide for later use. Archer Library guides are available online, 24/7.
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