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Epistemology and Ontology: The Lived Experience of Non-traditional Adult Students in Online and Study-Abroad Learning Environments
Hawaii International Conference on Education (2017)
  • R. Jeffery Maxfield
Abstract
This paper examines the lived experiences, perceptions, and attitudes of nontraditional, adult university students enrolled in an online Emergency Services baccalaureate degree program, who were given an opportunity to participate in an engaged, study abroad course. The purpose of the analysis was to identify and describe the various experiences and perceptions, then group these experiences and perceptions into a logically organized description of the lived experience of adult emergency services students.
Keywords
  • Ontology,
  • lived-experience
Publication Date
2017
Location
Honolulu, HI
Citation Information
R. Jeffery Maxfield. "Epistemology and Ontology: The Lived Experience of Non-traditional Adult Students in Online and Study-Abroad Learning Environments" Hawaii International Conference on Education (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dr_r_jeffery_maxfield/22/