Research on Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace

Please check out Janet Clarey’s post on Multi-Generational Learning…just out yesterday.
Refreshing to see Research to separate the wheat from the chaff!
See my former post about this topic here…and where I learned about the “research wheat versus the hyper chaff”…based on a fairly recent (2006) study done for the US Army by Dr. Richard (Dick) E. Clark…at ISPI.
Because the US Army has those multi-generational issues – big time! Hence the flag in the graphic – from my Post about a year ago – as the study done by Dr. Clark was focused on US citizens/residents.
I see that the link in my post to the white paper/write up on that that Dick had on this at the USC’s site – The Center for Cognitive Technology – no longer works. I’ll investigate that.
For those interested in pursuing this themselves – here is the contact info for Dr. Clark…
Richard E. Clark
Center for Cognitive Technology
Rossier School of Education
University of Southern California
250 N. Harbor Drive, Suite 309
Redondo Beach, California 90277
July 13, 2006
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