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MWR2P - Proceedings / Schedule

Welcome & Schedule (PDF)

Author(s) and Titles of Papers Selected for Presentation at the Conference
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Debating a New Paradigm for Knowledge Construction
Kristi Archuleta Frush, Kalpana Gupta, and Ed Cunliff

Responding to Student Needs through Community Participation in Course Design
Gary U. Behrman, Kim McKenna, Todd J. Richardson, and Scott Freitag

Models of Common Ground for Social Action, Community Development, and Scholarly Research
Maria Beltran-Figueroa, Dan Folkman, Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Devarati S. Syam, Rey Ty

Weaving Together the Lives of Refugee Women
Maria Beltran-Figueroa and Rey Ty

Policy, Polity, and Practice: The Conundrum of Teacher Candidate Dispositions
Cynthia Bice, Stephen A. Sherblom, Frank Thouvenot

A Transitional Jobs Training Program: from a Non-Profit Program to a For-Profit LLC
Debbie Buchanan, Shyrida Cunningham, Daniel Folkman, and Sheryl Gotts

Business Writing 101: The Evaluation Results of a Corporate Application
Scott R. Frasard, Thomas L. Graves, and Tanya L. Harris

Creating Community: The Online Faculty Experience
Hilda R. Glazer and Mary Breslin

Changing Practice in an EdD Program
Beth Kania-Gosche, Lynda Leavitt, and Sherrie Wisdom

Assessing Self-Directed Continuing Learning in a Different Cultural Setting
Kenneth Kungu, Felistus Kinyanjui, and Krisanna Machtmes

Defining High-Quality Online Participation and its Roots
Sarah Patterson-Mills, Therese Chavaux-Turnbull, and Ron Helvey

The Four Forces Behind Knowles' Andragogy
Marti Sopher and John Henschke

Distance Education Research in Adult Education Journals: A Content Analysis
David S. Stein, Constance E. Wanstreet, and Candi Krisch

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