NEW TECHNOLOGY, NEW APPROACHES: COLLABORATIVE AND INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

KAREN S. SANDELL, LAVERNE REID, SANDRA L. MARTIN, ALISON HILTON, KATHRYN ANDERSEN CLARK
2003 Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work  
The use of distance learning technology provides educators with creative and innovative opportunities to reach a variety of students in different fields of study. This article describes the collaborative development of an interdisciplinary distance learning course focusing on research, theory, and practice in the area of violence against women. Course development considerations, issues, outcomes, and recommendations for the use of specific technologies are discussed. New Technology, New 3 New
more » ... nology, New 3 New Technology, New Approaches: Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Teaching on Violence Against Women Current concerns about the incidence of violence and its manifestation in brutal, and often deadly acts of aggression suggest the need to increase our understanding of the nature, scope, causes, and effects of violence in this country. While worldwide media attention has focused
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