Authors: L. Herod
This article shows how adult educators can learn important strategies from those in different areas of professional practice. The author argues in favour of collaboration among adult education professionals, in this case through asynchronous computermediated communication (CMC). Because of the geography of Canada and limited financial resources, the use of CMC is likely to help adult literacy practitioners communicate and share knowledge, to develop both their own skills and the field of adult literacy in general.
Format: Magazine article