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Huff Post Interview with Author Alan Morris: Are retirees living the (Australian) dream?
For a growing proportion of Australian pensioners, retirement has become a lonely struggle for survival as they battle to afford basic necessities in the face of rising accommodation costs. That's the subject of a new book published by the CSIRO, The
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Stylus and NISOD Partner to Bring New Titles
The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) and Stylus Publishing are pleased to announce a special offer for faculty, staff, and administrators at NISOD member colleges. To further their commitment to educator and student success, NISOD and Stylus Publishing are partnering
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Phasmid: A CBCA 2016 Honour Book!
Congratulations to CSIRO's very first children's book, Phasmid: Saving the Lord Howe Island Stick Insect, for being named an Honour Book for the CBCA 2016 Eve Pownell Award for Information Books! Congratulations also to author Rohan Cleave, illustrator Coral Tulloch and publisher Briana Melideo
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Stylus author Patricia Cranton dies unexpectedly
We deeply mourn the loss of author, teacher, and friend Patricia Cranton. An outstanding contributor to the fields of Adult and Higher Education, and to Transformative Learning in particular, she will live on through her work and in our memories.

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Launch of Learning in Womanist Ways by Jan Etienne
Trentham Books at UCL IOE Press hosted a packed seminar and book launch party recently with around 200 movers and shakers from the African Caribbean community and beyond, to celebrate the release of Learning Womanist
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Transformational Resilience Bob Doppelt
“My humble suggestion is to read this book and to share it widely. That's just what I'm doing and I'm happy to have my own copy that I can mark up over and over again. It now looks like a tie dye shirt that makes me smile. Transformational Resilience could well be a game changer and a daily dose
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Research and Policy in Education Geoff Whitty
"In this book, Geoff Whitty again demonstrates why he is among the most insightful analysts of education policy and of its assumptions and politics. And once again he shows that it is possible to write about these things in clear and compelling ways. This books is a fine addition to his many other
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