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To share research about learning processes, especially research related to how adults learn in an academic setting. The SIG publishes a newsletter that informs members about current research in reading theory and instruction, reading processes, adult literacy, problem solving, and cognitive models describing how adults learn and remember. It also serves as an important communications tool among SIG members about research ideas, events, and periodicals pertinent to the SIG and to CRLA professional interests.
SIG Leader position is open.
Activities include publishing two interactive newsletters each year and sponsoring SIG-related institutes, sessions, roundtables and a luncheon at the annual CRLA conference.