By Gillian Boulton-Lewis, Maureen Tam
This e-book is worried with the final problems with aging, studying and schooling for the aged after which with the extra particular problems with why, how and what elders are looking to study. This monograph contains 10 chapters written by means of numerous across the world popular researchers and scholar-practitioners within the box.
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Others are concerned with elders learning about ﬁnance (Gregg 1993) and use of ICT (Stadler and Teaster 2002). Suggestions are made about the need to learn about technology if older people are to maintain their connections with its development and to take advantage of the beneﬁts technology offers as described above. Boulton-Lewis et al. M. Boulton-Lewis need and want to learn to keep up to date with new technology and make an effort to learn new thing and develop new talents, new skills and vocations, including aspects of technology.
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