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Session 7 - Resources

Behaviorist Learning Theories
From behaviorism to humanism: Incorporating self-direction in learning concepts into the instructional design process. In H. B. Long & Associates, New ideas about self-directed learning. Norman, OK: Oklahoma Research Center for Continuing Professional and Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, 1994 (Roger Hiemstra & Ralph Brockett)
Once again an excellent resource coving a majority of topics included in this online course of the Adult Learner. Included are theories of learning, resources for further information, links to laws related to adult learning, online journals and adult education organizations.
The most complete list of learning theories on the web. This site is provided by TIP which strives to provide educators with the most up to date information on learning theory as well as additional links to learning theory information.
An extensive collection of learning theories. The work of hundreds of learning theorists is displayed here. Much of the information provided on this site has been used as a basis for adult learning theory.
This site contains additional links and information on various aspects of Behaviorism.