Partnerships, technology and teaching: celebrating the link between universities and rural communities

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Gibson, Ian W. and King, Sheila. 1997. "Partnerships, technology and teaching: celebrating the link between universities and rural communities." Murdoch, Colin and Wood, Giovanna (ed.) SPERA 1997: Celebrating Rural Education . Adelaide, Australia 06 - 08 Jul 1997 Adelaide, South Australia.
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Partnerships, technology and teaching: celebrating the link between universities and rural communities

Presentation TypePaper
AuthorsGibson, Ian W. (Author) and King, Sheila (Author)
EditorsMurdoch, Colin and Wood, Giovanna
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the 13th National Conference for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA 1997)
Number of Pages15
Year1997
Place of PublicationAdelaide, South Australia
ISBN0958580308
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttps://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED429788
Conference/EventSPERA 1997: Celebrating Rural Education
Event Details
SPERA 1997: Celebrating Rural Education
Event Date
06 to end of 08 Jul 1997
Event Location
Adelaide, Australia
Abstract

In recognising the increasing pressure to contribute to the construction of a new paradigm of schooling appropriate for the new century, this paper discusses the impact of partnerships and technology on teaching and emphasises the value of relationships between universities and schools in enhancing the quality of educational services provided to learning communities and specifically, learners in rural communities. By referencing both current research and policy developments and presenting case studies related to innovations in organisational collaboration, technology use and the administration of programs, it is the intention of the authors to both raise awareness of existing examples of successful innovations which have led to excellence in education, and to provide a ready resource for those wishing to further their understanding of programs that have added value to the educational benefits derived by those learners involved. Celebrations of existing collections of successful innovations is referenced infrequently in the literature and it is the intention of this paper to overcome that deficit.

Keywordse-learning; rural areas; access to education
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020460609. Networking and communications
390201. Education policy
390405. Educational technology and computing
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Byline AffiliationsFaculty of Education
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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