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> The most complete and expressive "chart" I've ever seen is actually an=20
> organizational diagram from Marie-Elaine Burns' dissertation.  This was=20
> reproduced in Martha Maxwell's Improving Student Learning Skills: New=20
> Edition, 1977, H & H Publishing, page 9. If you don't have easy access to=20
> Martha's book, email me your postal address and you'll get a copy.
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> Regards,
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> Gene Kerstiens
> Andragogy Associates
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Yes, I would greatly appreciate receiving a copy.

Thanks in advance,

Susan Kershaw
Director of the Conwell Learning Center
Rosemont College
1400 Montgomery Avenue
Rosemont, PA 19010
(610) 527-0200, ext. 2399
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