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This interactive workshop explored ways in which two practitioners who work in the world of serving and educating adult learners experienced their own learning and development in non-traditional (distributed) adult learning / higher education doctoral programs. In comparing and contrasting their experiences as students, the presenters shared their reflections about learning, administration, and doctoral program practices, many of which have subsequently informed the work they do with their own adult undergraduate learners. Workshop participants had the opportunity to consider how the presenters’ experiences inform learning theory and administrative practice in regard to adult learners. Presented by Melanie Booth and Annalee Lamoreaux at the 2006 AHEA Conference.