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Bibliography and Resources on
Teaching Across Generation
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Gayle Lynn-Nelson, LexisNexis
Dianne L. Chambers. LexisNexis


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Articles:
Barnard, Robert, Dave Cosgrove and Jennifer Walsh, Chips and Pop: Decoding the Nexus Generation  (1998)

DeBard, Robert, Millennials Coming to College, 2004.

DiFelice, Beth, Duffy, Jill, Lambert, Elizabeth, LeDoux, Elizabeth, “With a Rebel Yell,” AALL Spectrum, v.9, no.3

DiGilio, John and Lynn-Nelson, Gayle, “The Millennial Invasion,” SLA Information Outlook, v.8, no.11

Forster, Julie, “The Choosy Generation,” TwinCities.com Pioneer Press (2007)

Freedman, Marc, Prime Time: How Baby Boomers will Revolutionize Retirement and Transform America (1999)

“Generational Diversity,”  By Cari Dominguez, Chair, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
http://www.mcca.com/site/data/magazine/coverstory/0803/perspective0803.htm

Grant, Virginia and Marci M. Krufka, “The Young and the Restless: Understanding Generational Differences in Today’s Law Firms,” Report to Legal Management , July 2003.

Hilden, Julie, “Why are Women – and Generation X and Y Attorneys Generally – Leaving Large Law Firms?”, FindLaw.com, March 7, 2007.

“How Young People View Their Lives, Futures and Politics”, A Portrait of “Generation Next.” The Pew Reserarch Center, January 9, 2007.

Interview with Ron Zemka, Claire Raines and Bob Filipczak, “How Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers and Generation Nexters Can All Get Along in the Workplace,” Commitment, www.committment.com/getalong.html (1998)

Jones, Leigh, “The ‘Gen Y’ equation,” The National Law Journal, 2/28/2005.

Kasting, Tricia, “Students Lack Legal Research and Information Literacy,” law.com, 6/28/06.

Lynn-Nelson, Gayle, “Training the Next Generation of Learners,” Spectrum, Volume 11, No.6,  April 2007, p.8.

Munson, Howard, “Valuing Experience: How to Motivate and Retain Mature Workers,” Research Report – Conference Board (2002)

“The New Workforce: Generation Y,” Workplace Visions, No. 2, 2001

Oblinger, “Diana, Boomers & Gen-Xers, Millennials Understanding the New Students,” Educase, July/August 2003.

Over 75 Diversity Training Products from HR Press
http://www.hrpress-diversity.com/videolst.html (scroll down to Generational Issues)

Parkinson, Deborah, “Voices of Experience,: Mature Workers in the Future Workforce” , Research Report – Conference Board (2002)

Randstad North America, www.us.randstad.com.  2002 Employee Review.  Survey of
generational mindsets in the workplace.

Rose, Barbara, “Training Generation Y,” http://www.philly.com/philly/business/20070318_Training_Generation_Y.html.

Saunderson, Roy, “Managing Generational Differences in the Workplace,” 12th Annual Educational Conference, Toronto Law Office Manager’s Association, (Sept. 2000).

Strauss, Bill & Neil Howe, Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069 (1991)

Tapscott, Don, Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation (1998)
Trask, Tara, Getting to Know ‘Gen X’ and ‘Net Gen’ as Jurors, The National Law Journal, 02-09-2005.

Teaching Across Generations, Effective Teaching and Learning Department, Baker College, instructionaltech@baker.edu.

Tulgan, Bruce, The Manager’s Pocket Guide to Generation X (1998)

Tulgan, Bruce, Managing Generation X (1996)

Tulgan, Bruce, “Generational Shift: When it Comes to Workforce Flexibility, We Ain’t Seen Nothin Yet,” Staffing Success (Nov/Dec 2003).   www.staffingtoday.net/memberserv/1103ss/story1.htm

Tulgan, Bruce, Winning the Talent Wars, (2001)

 

“Uncommon Threads: Mending the Generation Gap at Work”
http://www.centeronline.org/knowledge/article.cfm?ID=841&ContentProfileID=122864&Action=searching

Walsh, Jennifer M. “Is a North American Generation Emerging,” ISUMA, vol. 1, Issue 1, (Spring 2000).

Books:
Beck, John C., Got Game, Harvard Business School Press, 2004.

Brokaw, Tom, The Greatest Generation (1998).

Deal, Jennifer J., Retiring the Generation Gap:  How Employees Young and Old Can Find Common Ground (2006).

Howe, Neil & Bill Strauss, Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (2000)

Howe, Neil & Bill Strauss, 13th GEN, Abort, Retry, Ignore, Fail? (1993)

Lancaster, Lynne C. & David Stillman, When Generations Collide (2002)

Martin, Carolyn A. and Bruce Tulgan, Managing Generation Y: Global Citizens Born in the Last Seventies and Early Eighties (2001)

Martin, Carolyn A and Bruce Tulgan, Managing the Generation Mix: From Collision to Collaboration (January 2002)

Mitchell, Susan, American Generations (1998)

Stolovitch, Harold D. and Erica J. Keeps, Telling Ain’t Training (2002)

Tulgan, Bruce, Managing Generation X: How to Bring Out the Best in Young Talent (January 2000)

Zemke, Ron; Claire Raines and Bob Filipczak, Generations at Work: Managing the Clash of Veterans, Boomers, Xers and Nexters in Your Workplace (2000)  Appendices contains websites for each group.

Web Sites:
American Association of Retired Persons, www.aarp.org.

American Management Association, www.amanet.org

Beloit College’s Class of 2002 “Mindset List”, www.beloit.edu/~pubaff/minset/2002.html

Canadian HR Reporter , www.hrreporter.com

Generations at Work, www.generationsatwork.com

Generation Link, http://library.advanced.org/23440/generationlink,html

Generational Inquiry Group, www.millennials.com

Society of Human Resource Management, www.shrm.org (subscription –based website).

Tomorrow Today.biz, www.tomorrowtoday.biz/generations