The Adult Learning Exchange Virtual Community is an open-access (free), interactive site for educators, administrators, scholars, and students organized around categories. It offers free podcast episodes, a space for discussions, sharing of resources, and events.
Categories are organized into three areas:
(1) Teaching and Learning, (2) Writing and Publishing, and (3) Adult and Higher Education
This category, moderated by Simone Conceição and Les Howles, focuses on learning design theory, research, and practice.
This category, moderated by Simone Conceição and Rosemary Lehman, focuses on online teaching and learning.
This category, facilitated by Simone Conceição and Karen Skibba, focuses on online and hybrid resources, webinars, micro-courses, and podcast episodes for instructors.
This category, moderated by Dr. Larry Martin, dives deep into how these fast-moving technologies can be accessed and used as learning tools through personal digital hubs on cell phones, computers, or tablets.
This category, moderated by Lilian Hill, focuses on the challenges to teaching and communicating in a polarized world.
This category, moderated by Kate Devlin, focuses on tips about editing papers, blogs, social media, reports, newsletters, and resumes.
This category, moderated by Lilian H. Hill and Simone Conceição and guests, focuses on tips, resources, and author interviews about publishing.
This category, moderated by Leslie Cordie, provides interviews with adult educators around the world about their lifelong learning lessons.
This category, moderated by Larry Martin, Susan Yelich Biniecki, and Simone Conceição, focuses on the trends and technology drivers influencing AHE.
This category, moderated by Kathy Lohr, focuses on creative and critical reflection for adult educators and scholars through featured blogs, podcast episodes, and resources.
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