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Leodis Scott is an assistant professor in the College of Education, Educational Leadership Doctoral Program. He earned a Doctor of Education (EdD) from Teachers College, Columbia University in Adult Learning and Leadership. His research and teaching interests include learning cities, quantitative research methods, and adult higher education-lifelong learning policy. Dr. Scott has numerous publications including two edited books: Learning Cities for Adult Learners (2015; New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education) and Quality of Life in Adult Learning (2018; Adult Higher Education Alliance).
Learning Cities; Educational Leadership; Adult Higher Education; Lifelong Learning Philosophy & Policy
Scott, L. (2017). Learning Cities. In A. Knox, S. Conceicao, & L. Martin (Eds.), Mapping the Field of Adult and Continuing Education: An International Compendium (Vol. 4). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
Scott, L. (2015) (Ed.). Learning Cities for Adult Learners. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 145. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Scott, L., Watson, C., Liu Wong, M., & Boden-McGill, C. (2018) (Eds.). Quality of life in adult learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
President & Board Chair, LearnLong Institute for Education and Learning Research (NFP)
Dr. Leodis Scott