Learning to direct your own learning . . . Learning your living . . . Learning to help others . . .
The Monitor on Aug. 4, 11, and 18 will have a special treat for its readers -- a series of three articles which will tell them how to direct their own learning. And further, how to put their learning to use for community improvement as well as for self-satisfaction.
Ronald Gross, a frequent Monitor contributor, author of "The Lifelong Learner" (Simon & Schuster/Keystone Paperbacks), and himself a self-improver, has written these three features exclusively for Monitor readers.
He understands today's need for informal instruction managed by the learner, and his articles will not only inspire you to learn more, but provide practical ways for this to happen.
Again, they will appear on three Mondays, Aug. 4, 11, and 18.