Research in University Continuing Education is Dead: Long Live Reflective Practice
AbstractJack Blaney's and Gordon Thompson's arguments in support of research in university continuing education units are countered as being implausible, wishful thinking, and not in keeping with actual behaviours in CE units. Rather than pursue the elusive goal of full acceptance into academe through research, informed professional practice is proposed.
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