Resources used and Articles read during my Trends and Roles Assignment for course 3100.
Harward, D (Dec 9, 2011). Key trends for 2012: new era of personal learning is transforming the training industry. Retrieved from

Kaganer, E; Giordano, G; Brion, S. and Tortoriello, M. (2013). Media tablets for mobile learning. Communications of the ACM, 56 (11), 68-75. DOI: 10.1145/2500494

Kasworm, C (2011). The Influence of the knowledge society: trends in adult higher education. The Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 59:104-107. DOI:10.1080/07377363.2011.568830

Merriam, S. and Brockett, R. (2007) The Profession and practice of adult education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass

Strother, J (2002). An Assessment of the effectiveness of e-learning in corporate training programs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, Vol 3, No 1.

Resources used for my Instructional Strategies Video assignment.

Barkley, E. (2010). Student engagement techniques. A handbook for college faculty. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass

Jarvis, L; Odell, K. and Triano, M. (2002, April) Role-Playing as a teaching strategy. Strategies for application and presentation, staff development and presentation.

Nickerson, S. (2007-2008): Role-Play: An often misused active learning strategy: Essays on teaching excellence – toward the best in the academy, 19,(5).

Role Play as an instructional method of adult learners. (n.d.) retrieved May 18, 2014 from

Resources used for my Course Journal assignments for 3250.

Barkley, E. (2010). Student engagement techniques – a handbook for college faculty. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass

Galbraith, M. & Jones, M. Creativity: (2012) Essential for the adult education instructor and learner. PAACE Journal of Lifelong learning. Vol.21,51-59. Retrieved May 2014 from:

Pink, D. (2009). Dan Pink on the surprising science of motivation. Retrieved May 2014 from

Robinson, K. (2006). Do schools kill creativity? Retrieved May 2014 from

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