'They're funny bloody cattle': encouraging rural men to learn
A descriptive study of health, lifestyle and sociodemographic characteristics and their relationship to known dementia risk factors in rural Victorian communities
A profile of men's sheds in Australia: Patterns, purposes, profiles and experiences of participants: Some implications for ACE and VET about engaging older men
A public want and a public duty [manuscript] : The role of the Mechanics' Institute in the cultural, social and educational development of Ballarat from 1851 to 1880
About Face : Implications of research into men's learning preferences in rural towns
Addressing specific individual learning needs
Adolescents and the extended residential learning program : A case study
An affective pedagogy success story: Sovereign Hill Museum school
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