Dr. Leodis Scott serves as part-time faculty, academic analytics coordinator, and director of Adult Men of Color Initiative, at DePaul University-School for New Learning (Chicago). Leodis is an instructor in methods of statistical/empirical research at University of Illinois (Chicago) and Columbia University-Teachers College (New York). Leodis received a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) from Columbia University-Teachers College in Adult Learning and Leadership and co-founded LearnLong Institute for Education and Learning Research (NFP), an educational think-tank in adult and continuing education that focuses on developing learning cities and societies.
Dr. Scott most recently edited a volume of Learning Cities for Adult Learners. This volume considers how “learning cities for adult learners” could be created in America that promote lifelong learning and education. Encouraging a widespread approach to educate and learn across disciplines, within communities, and inside the minds of all people. Click here to read more.
Dr. Scott is interested in research on Learning Cities, Academic Analytics, Lifelong Learning, Adult Learning, Survey Methodology, Literacy, Critical Thinking, and Philosophy of Adult Education.
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