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A Lexicon for Lifelong Learning

Summary: The belief that a college degree represents the culmination of one’s education is being challenged and replaced with the notion of lifelong learning. A combination of literary material and practical insight is synthesized into a set of principles that guide and support the need for lifelong learning. The lexicon goes beyond simple definition of terms, providing insight into why each term is meaningful in a variety of work and school environments.

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  • Topics: Career Development, Human Resources
  • Keywords: Education, Adult and continuing education, Career development, Learning, Definitions and glossaries
  • Author: Schraeder, Mike; Freeman, Willie; Durham, Charles
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation