volume 66, issue 1/2, P39-48 2017
DOI: 10.1108/lr-08-2016-0065
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Robin M. Sabo

Abstract: Purpose This study aims to examine library programming for active older (“third age”) adults and give suggestions for future improvements. In addition to covering research specific to library programming for these adults, which is limited, this review will also survey the literature on lifelong learning for this population. Design/methodology/approach This paper includes a literature review on library programming geared specifically to active, older adults and a survey of literature on lifelong learning for…

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