Coady, M. (Ed.) (2016). Contexts, practices, and challenges: Critical insights from continuing professional education (CPE). New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. No. 150. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Coady, M. (2020). Adult education for health & wellness: A ‘state of the field’ review of research. In S. M. Brigham, R. McGray & K. Jubas (Eds.) Adult education in Canada in the 21st century, (248-259) Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Coady, M. (2020). Continuing professional education. In. T. S. Rocco, M. C. Smith, R. C. Mizzi & L. R. Merriweather (Eds.) Handbook of Adult & Continuing Education, (257-265). Thousand Oaks, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Coady, M. (2019). Informal professional learning in a community-based health education program: The transformative learning of one interprofessional team. In T. Carter, C. Boden-McGill & K. Pino (Eds.), Transformative learning, resilience, and professional identity formation, (pp.321-342). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing (IAP).
Coady, M. (2014). Community driven health-impact assessment: A promising path for promoting community learning and healthy public policy. In V. C. Wang (Ed.), Adult and Community Health Education: Tools, Trends and Methodologies (pp. 17–35). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Coady, M. (2014). Adult education and community development. In J. Groen & C. Kawalilak (Eds). An introduction to adult learning in personal/professional and educational contexts. Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars Press.
Coady, M. (2013). Adult education for health and wellness. In T. Nesbit, S. Brigham, T. Gibb, & N. Taber (Eds.), Building on Critical Traditions: Adult Education and Learning in Canada (pp. 157–167). Toronto, ON: Thompson Educational.
Coady, M. & Cameron, C. (2012).Community health impact assessment: A promising approach to foster community learning and healthy public policy at the local level. In L. M. English (Ed.), Health and adult education, (pp. 29–45). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Quigley, B. A., Coady, M., Gregoire, H. Folinsbee, S., & Kraglund-Gauthier, W. (2009). More universal for some than others: Canada’s health care system and the role of adult education. In L. English & P. Cranton (Eds.), Reaching out across the border: Canadian perspectives in adult education. (pp. 49–61). New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No. 124. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Coady, M. & MacDonald S. (in press).Enabling primary health care resilience: A review of recent literature 2015-2020. International Journal of Lifelong Education.
Coady, M. (2016). From Houle to Dirkx: Continuing professional education (CPE): A critical ‘state of the field’ review. Canadian Journal for Studies in Adult Education, 27 (3), 27-40. http://cjsae.library.dal.ca/index.php/cjsae/article/view/3900 (open access).
Coady, M. (2013). Adult health learning and transformation: A case study of a Canadian community-based health education program. Adult Education Quarterly, 63(4), 321–337. doi:10.1177/0741713612471419.
Coady, M. (2009). Enabling volunteer learning for health planning capacity: A rural Canadian case study. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 3(4), 393–404. doi:10.1108/17506200910999138.
Coady, M. (1994). A study of the information and support needs of international families of the European Schools in The Netherlands. European School Review 3(1), 28–36.
Coady, M. (2007). Enabling volunteer learning in district health planning: A rural Canadian case study. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Nottingham, UK. Advisor: Dr. Chris Atkins. External Examiner: Dr. William Jones (National Institute of Adult & Continuing Education, UK).
Coady, M. (1992). An orientation workshop incorporating women’s ways of knowing. Unpublished master’s thesis, Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Advisor: Dr. Marie Gillen.
Educational Resources / Research Reports
Coady, M. (2010). Fostering self-directed learning in post-secondary education: A resource for dietetic interns. Department of Human Nutrition, St. Francis Xavier University. (Workshop resource for dietetic interns).
Coady M. (2006). Appreciative inquiry: A positive focused approach for assessing organizational and community assets. Coady International Institute, Antigonish, Nova Scotia. (Workshop resource for a skills development program)
Coady, M. (2000). The art of facilitation in education for social change: A resource for development workers. Coady International Institute. Antigonish, Nova Scotia. (Workshop resource for a skills development program)
Coady M. (2001). Developing a community health resource directory: A resource for community planning. Antigonish Town & County Community Health Board, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Coady, M. (2000). Planning for a healthy community: A framework for health planning in Antigonish Town & County, Antigonish Town & County Community Health Board, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Coady, M., & Gillis, D. (1998). Never just literacy: Indicators of success in community-based literacy programs across Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Provincial Literacy Coalition, Truro, Nova Scotia.
Coady, M. (1997). Creating a comprehensive basic skills program for pulp & paper workers in technological transition: Stora, Port Hawkesbury project report. Open Learning Agency of British Columbia (Workplace Training Division), Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia.
Coady, M. (1989). An analysis of government programs available to worker co-operatives in Nova Scotia. Workplace Innovations Project, St. Francis Xavier University Extension Department, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Coady, M. (1989). Providing service to worker co-operatives in Nova Scotia: Case studies, Workplace Innovations Project. St. Francis Xavier University Extension Department, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Coady, M. (1989). Review of non-governmental programs available to worker co-operatives in Nova Scotia. Workplace Innovations Project, St. Francis Xavier University Extension Department, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.