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Volume 12, Nos. 3 and 4

Volume 12, Nos. 3 and 4
Volume 12, Nos. 3 and 4
Contents:

UpFront, Jackie Rafferty.

Using Internet databases in teaching 'Discrimination and Society', Joseph Kwok and Hoi Wah Mak.

Taking an HIV/AIDS education course to the Net, Adele Weiner.

Person in environment classification system: adding CD-ROM options to the social work learning menu, Richard Ramsey and Jim Karls.

European modeles: how to disseminate teaching materials via the Internet? Jack Hampson, John washington, Joachim Dobler, Viggo Jonasen and Morten Lindstrom.

Integration versus isolation? Implementation strategies for ICT teaching in social work curricula. Herman van Lieshout and Hans Schrijen.

'LaSWoP' - Law and Social Work Practice multimedia project. Stuart Evans and Phillip Swain.
The 'virtual' social work course: promises and pitfalls. David L. Burton and Brett A. Seabury.

The 'virtual' social work course: promises and pitfalls David L. Burton and Brett A. Seahury.

Rethinking the debate: social work education on the Internet. Steven Hick.

Environments for social work learning in the learning age. Ann Wilkinson.

Information communication technology: barrier to citizenship. Joe Ravetz.

Re-inventing the Governance Structure for better health and welfare: towards a teledemocracy enhanced participatory regime in the next milennium. On-Kwok Lai.

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Rafferty, Jackie (ed.) (1999) Volume 12, Nos. 3 and 4. New Technology in the Human Services, 1-108.

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Contents:

UpFront, Jackie Rafferty.

Using Internet databases in teaching 'Discrimination and Society', Joseph Kwok and Hoi Wah Mak.

Taking an HIV/AIDS education course to the Net, Adele Weiner.

Person in environment classification system: adding CD-ROM options to the social work learning menu, Richard Ramsey and Jim Karls.

European modeles: how to disseminate teaching materials via the Internet? Jack Hampson, John washington, Joachim Dobler, Viggo Jonasen and Morten Lindstrom.

Integration versus isolation? Implementation strategies for ICT teaching in social work curricula. Herman van Lieshout and Hans Schrijen.

'LaSWoP' - Law and Social Work Practice multimedia project. Stuart Evans and Phillip Swain.
The 'virtual' social work course: promises and pitfalls. David L. Burton and Brett A. Seabury.

The 'virtual' social work course: promises and pitfalls David L. Burton and Brett A. Seahury.

Rethinking the debate: social work education on the Internet. Steven Hick.

Environments for social work learning in the learning age. Ann Wilkinson.

Information communication technology: barrier to citizenship. Joe Ravetz.

Re-inventing the Governance Structure for better health and welfare: towards a teledemocracy enhanced participatory regime in the next milennium. On-Kwok Lai.

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Published date: 1999
Organisations: Social Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 376947
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/376947
ISSN: 0950-0684
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