- American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) — "Adult education organization dedicated to being the leading source in the field of adult learning." Publishers of Adult Learning and Adult Education Quarterly.
- American Association for Higher Education and Accreditation — Renamed/reorganized recently. (Formerly just AAHE.) Several forms on quality improvement and accreditation assessments are available online for free. The former AAHE Bulletin is no longer available online — check your library, or some articles are sprinkled throughout the web, and at ERIC below.
- American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) — Has good information on state budgets and other interesting topics as well as a listing of upcoming events.
- Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching — A great resource for educators under the Andrew Carnegie foundation umbrella. Check out their Publications page.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education — National weekly newspaper journal for faculty and administrators. Website updated daily.
- ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) — This archive really jumps around. Now located on a government server, ERIC archive is a clearinghouse of educational articles, abstracts and information about education. To get started, search on "Adult and Continuing Education."
- Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) — Not just for basic education, but also workforce development.
- Counseling, Adult and Higher Education — Courtesy of the Northern Illinois University, College of Education. May find some useful info here, but aimed at students in their CAHE program.
- Internet Master – The Adult Learner — A "WayBack" machine Archived version of an interesting chart on adult learner experiences. Originally part of the University of Missouri Extension Internet Master learning/teaching volunteer program. Here’s a more current summary of how to Engage Adult Learners (PDF) as presented by the UMo Extension staff.
- Learning Resources Network (LERN) — Internet Information Services. "The leading training and consulting service in lifelong learning."
- The Lumina Foundation — Based in Indiana, the Lumina Foundation is "committed to increasing the proportion of Americans with degrees, certificates and other high-quality credentials" and is a great resource for current trends in post-secondary education. Check their Resources page and search on any topic for the latest information.
- MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching): — "is a curated collection of free and open online teaching, learning, and faculty development services contributed and used by an international education community."
- Being Fluent with Information Technology – Executive Summary — article from the National Academies Press. "There have been impressive claims for the potential benefits of information technology, and many would like to realize those benefits."
- Learning & Work Institute — Located in the UK, but with some useful universal ideas. See their Resources section.
- National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition — The people at the University of South Carolina who put on the popular conferences have created this web resource. Make sure to visit their publications page.
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