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australian journal of adult learning - Australian Journal of Adult Learning


Promoting critical thinking and research in the field of adult learning as well as the theory, research and practice of adult and community education. The Australian Journal of Adult Learning (AJAL) is published three times each year. It promotes critical thinking and research in the field of adult learning as well as the theory, research and practice of adult and community education.

Second chance learning in Neighbourhood Houses in Victoria. Tracey Ollis, Karen Starr, Cheryl Ryan, Jennifer Angwin and Ursula Harrison. The focus of this research is on adult learners and adult learning that engages with ‘second chance’ learners who participate in adult learning programs in the Barwon and South West regions of Victoria. The Australian Journal of Adult Learning (AJAL) is an official publication of Adult Learning Australia (ALA) and is published three times each year. It is concerned with promoting critical thinking and research in the field of adult learning as well as the theory, research and practice of .

Australian Journal of Adult Learning, v58 n1 p88-109 Apr 2018. This study assesses the efficacy of e-learning content that has been adapted to cognitive styles in a sample of older adults. Since the personalisation of learning content has been generally associated with learning processes, it was hypothesised that intrinsic motivation Cited by: 1. Adult education is the key to tackling some of Australia’s major challenges. Digital transformation, an ageing population and growing inequality are urgent challenges in Australia that adult education can solve according to Adult Learning Australia, the national peak body for adult and community education.