Two COE graduates co-author chapter in new book on adult education
Two College of Education alumni have co-authored a chapter in the new book, Building Sustainable Futures for Adult Learners, an edited and refereed collection of papers published in conjunction with the Adult Higher Educational Alliance (AHEA) and American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Conferences (AAACE).
Fred Prasuhn (PhD '11) and Scott Frasard, (PhD '11) co-authored a chapter of the book titled, "What's in Your Credit Hour? Quantifying Intended Learning Outcomes in Education."
Prasuhn is founder and CEO of Tech-Wise Education Services, LLC of Athens, and Frasard is manager of Global Training Measurement & Evaluation at eBay of Austin, Texas. Both earned their doctorates in adult education from UGA.
Building Sustainable Futures is the third in a series of scholarly publications associated with the annual AHEA conference. The book is arranged thematically according to the topics of submissions.
The book is important because it fills a unique niche in the field of adult education, extends the scope of the AHEA to a larger audience, and offers a current volume for scholars and practitioners based on both research and practice-based research. It was edited by Jennifer K. Holtz, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Stephen B. Springer, Texas State University and Carrie J. Bolden McGill, Texas State University.