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Join us virtually on Zoom for an hour twice each week for a silent writing followed by an open chat/reflection.
Dr. Kathy Lohr is a Teaching Associate Professor at East Carolina University with more than a decade of instructing graduate coursework in adult education. Her research focuses on the developmental needs and motivations of adult learners across the life course, particularly in our age of increased longevity. Her practice focuses on creative, narrative, and critical reflection in building learner identity. She recently co-authored the chapter, Older Adults: Learning and Identity in the 2020 Edition of The Handbook of Adult and Continuing Education. She holds a doctorate in Adult and Community College Education from North Carolina State University.
Join us for one hour of silent writing followed by 30 minutes of chat/reflection. Meet virtually on Zoom twice a week to work on a current writing project.
Join us for one hour of silent writing followed by 30 minutes of chat/reflection. Meet 8 times virtually on Zoom Tuesdays, noon, and Thursdays, at 7:00 pm to work on a current writing project. Participants can choose whether to activate their cameras during the sessions. Attendance is optional but absences are not refundable.
The group will meet on the following dates in August: Thursday (3, 10, 17, and 24); Tuesday (8, 15, 22, and 29).
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