Social work and information and communication technologies: the tortoise and the hare?
New Technology in the Human Services, 11, (2), .
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Both social welfare and learning delivery are chganging, but they do not mirror each other in terms of their progress. The Human Services have been undergoing a business redesign process but have taken limited account of the role of communication and information technologies for training; or for external networking purposes. The more traditional tertiary education institutions have been integrating C&IT by harnessing it, but for traditional teaching methodologies and could be in danger of losing their students to more progressive teaching and learning businesses. This paper explores the imapct of communication and information technologies (C&IT) on human service teaching and learning.
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