Issue 2 of the series Practical Bearings: The Critical Bibliography for Health Care Chaplains is now online at HealthCare Chaplaincy’s website: In “To want to Learn: Educational Theory for Supervision and Training,” Jackson Kytle Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs at HealthCare Chaplaincy provides an annotated bibliography and commentary for key texts on motivation and learning and other leading educators. He addresses, “What do chaplains in health care need to know about motivation and learning? Why do they need these ideas and theories?” “Practical Bearings” offers the most thorough and current resources for pastoral educators and pastoral practitioners through the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation and HealthCare  Chaplaincy.