Continuing Professional Education in Transition considers important dimensions of the current changing environment of continuing education, including racial
and ethnic diversity of professionals and the impact of technological developments on professional practice, and therefore, on continuing education. The text addresses the need to move beyond simply the delivery of content to educating for empowerment, wellness, critical thinking, and entrepreneurship. It also provides a rich discussion of how continuing education is being used to resolve critical issues in the structure and practice of 13 different professions.
"… an exceptional body of work and a highly valued addition to personal and academic reference book collections in the field of adult education and life long learning." -- Wisconsin Bookwatch, August 1998.
"…an essential resource for professionals in adult continuing
education." -- Aimie Fitzgerald Kachingwe, Adult Learning, Vol. 11, Number 1