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Professional Studies
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Laramie, WY 82071

Adult and Postsecondary Ed Faculty Publications and Presentations

2012

Harbour, C. P. & Wolgemuth, J. R. (2013).  Giorgio Agamben and the Abandonment Paradigm: A new form of student of diversion in public higher education. The Review of Higher Education 36(2), 235 – 54.

Harbour, C. P. (2012, November).  Finding a new normative vision for the American community college.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

Wilson, M., & Aagard, S.D. (2012, May). Exposing the Gap Between What Is Possible and What Is Acceptable: How M-Learning Can Make a Contribution to Sonography Education.  Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography:28:4(pp. 202-206).

Chen, D., Yang, Xinxiao & Aagard, S.D. (2012). The Empty Nest Syndrome: Ways to Enhance Quality of Life. Educational Gerontology: 38:8 (pp. 520-529).

Shepherd, C.E.  & Aagard, S. D. (2011). Journal writing with Web 2.0 tools: A vision for older adults. Educational Gerontology: 37:7 (pp. 606-620).

Tan, F., Aagard, S. D., Nabb, L., & Kim, K., (2010). International ESL graduate student perceptions of online learning in the context of second language acquisition and culturally responsive facilitation. Adult Learning: Vol. 21:1-2.

Enlo, S. F., Kniss, A., Ferrell, M.A., Lafantasie, J. & Aagard, S. D. (2009) Black Greasewood (Sarcobatu vermiculatus), Gray Rabbitbrush (Ericameria nauseosa), and perennial grass response to Chlorosulfuron and Metasulfuron. Weed Science Society of America, 2(3). 

Aagard, S. D. (2009). I see the train a’ coming: A history of demonstration trains in the early twentieth century. In R. E. Griffin & M. Avgerinou (Eds.), Engaging Creativity & Critical Thinking: The Selected Readings of the International Visual Literacy Association (pp. 25 – 32). Manhattan, KS: IVLA.

Harbour, C. P. (2012, April).  The normative visions for 21st century American community colleges.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver.

Gatua, M. W. & Harbour, C. P. (2012, April).  Positioning Kenyan immigrant women in U. S. Higher Education: A narrative inquiry.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver.

Frankland, T. & Harbour, C. P. (2012, April).  From Division chairs to deans: A narrative inquiry.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges, Orlando.

Grasmick, L., Davies, T. G., & Harbour, C. P. (2012). Participative leadership: Perspectives of community college presidents.  Community College Journal of Research and Practice (36)2, 67 - 80.

Aagard, S. D. (March 2012). A review of the Tractorette Program: Initiative for Learning. Conference for Rural Adult Learning and Literacy, Ignacio, Colorado

Yeshi, T. & Aagard, S. D., (June, 2011). Cell phones for college teaching: A literature review. Adult Educational Research Conference, San Francisco, California.

Aagard, S., Yeshi, T. & Cunningham, R., (2011). The Application of the Tractorette Program to Current Agriculture Education Efforts in the Developing World.  World Conference 2011, Windhoek, Namibia

Basinger, M. & Aagard, S. (July 2011). Demonstration Trains and their Potential Educational Use in the 21st Century. World Conference 2011, Windhoek, Namibia

Sun, Q. (2012). Learning for transformation in an international context: A Confucian perspective. In James E. Groccia, Mohammed Alsudari, & William Buskist (Eds.). Handbook of college and university teaching: Global perspectives (pp.200-218). Sage Publisher.

Sun, Q. (2012). Confucian educational philosophy and its implication for lifelong learning. In N. Seel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the sciences of learning, (Part 3, chapter. 1671, pp. 762-766), New York, NY, Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-1428-6.

Sun, Q. (2012). The Confucian learning: Learning to become fully human. In P. Jarvis (Ed.). The Routledge international handbook on lifelong learning. London and New York: Routledge.

 

2011

Davies, T. G., Dickmann, E. M., Harbour, C. P. & Banning, J. (2011).  A ten year meta-study of community college dissertations.  Community College Journal of Research and Practice 35(12), 921 - 954.

Harbour, C. P. & Ebie, G. (2011).  Deweyan democratic learning communities and student marginalization.  In E. Cox & J. Watson (Eds.)., Marginalized students. (New Directions for Community Colleges. No. 155, pp. 5 - 14).  San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Shepherd, C. E., & Aagard, S. (2011). Journal writing with Web 2.0 tools: A vision for older adults. Educational Gerontology, 37(7), 606-620.

 

Sun, Q. (2011). East meets West: Perennial wisdom for the ends/means issue of modern adult education. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag Publishing.

Sun, Q. (2011). Learning in an international context: Transformative processes. Paper presented at AAACE annual conference, held from Oct. 30 - Nov. 5, 2011, Indianapolis, IN. (Presentation)

2010

Harbour, C.P., Davies, T.G., & Gonzalez, R. (2010). The community college accountability network: Understanding institutional accountability at Aspen Grove Community College. Community College Review (37)4, 348-370.

Sun, Q. (Feb, 2010). Transformative learning in an international context: A Confucian perspective. Invited as the Plenary Speaker at the Cross-cultural Teaching and Learning Symposium. Auburn University, Feb 18-20, Auburn: Alabama. (Presentation)

Sun, Q. (2010). Confucian educational philosophy and its implication for lifelong learning and lifelong education. In W. Zhang (ed.), Theories, policies, and practice of lifelong learning in East Asia (pp. 60-79). London and New York: Routledge.

Tan, F., Aagard, S., Nabb, L.,& Kim, K., (2010). International ESL graduate student perceptions of online learning in the context of second language acquisition and culturally responsive facilitation. Adult Learning: Vol. 21:1-2.

 

2009

Bambara, C.S., Harbour, C.P., Davies, T.G. & Athey, S. (2009). Delicate engagement: The lived experience of community college students enrolled in high risk online courses. Community College Review, 36(3), 219-238.

Cho, S.R., & Sun, Q. (2009). The development of lifelong learning and learning society: Opportunities and challenges of Korean Middle-aged women. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Conference of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), held Nov 1-6, Cleveland OH. (Presentation)

Frush, K., & Sun, Q. (2009). Online instruction: An examination of inclusive practice and research. Pare presented at the 58th Annual Conference of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), held Nov 1-6, Cleveland, OH. (Presentation)

Gatua, M., & Sun, Q. (2009). A critical review of barriers and limitations of basic education for women and girls in Kenya: The roles of adult education. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Conference of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), held Nov 1-6, Cleveland, OH. (Presentation)

Harbour, C.P. & Day, M. (2009). Negotiating the community college accountability environment: A Dewyan perspective. In C.P. Harbour & P.L. Farrell (Eds.), Contemporary issues in institutional ethics. (New Directions for COmmunity Colleges. No. 148, pp. 5-15). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Harbour, C.P. & Farrell, P.L. (Eds.). (2009). Contemporary issues in institutional ethics. (New Directions for Community Colleges. No. 148). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Sun, Q. (2009). [Facilitator] The Blended Shore Model of International/Intercultural Adult Education Program Development and Delivery by Gabriele Strohschen Resident Faculty/Faculty Mentor School for New Learning DePaul University, Chicago at International/Intercultural SIG session of Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE) of the 58th Annual American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Conference, November 3-7 in Cleveland, OH. (Presentation)

Sun, Q., & Hill, R. (Eds.). (2009). Adult education in China: Policies, practices, and evolving models on lifelong learning and the learning society. China Special Issue, Part II, Convergence, 42(1). (Reviewed by review board for acceptance).

Sun, Q. (2009). Adult education in China 1978-2008: An analytical review of the influence of national educational policies. Convergence, 42(1), 23-37.

Sun, Q. (2009). An update on lifelong learning and learning society:  A perspective from China. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Conference of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), held Nov 1-6, Cleveland, OH. (Presentation)

Sun, Q. (2009). Facilitator of "The Blended Shore Model of International/Intercultural Adult Education Program Development and Delivery" presented by Dr. Gabriele Strohschen and Dr. Kenneth Elazier at the 58th Annual Conference of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), held Nov 1-6, Cleveland, OH. (Presentation)

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