Internationally, COVID-19 forced educational reform, disrupted already strained field education systems, and increased the pressure upon educators and industry-based professionals to develop creative options for field education placements. Field educators are urgently addressing two interlinked global trends: that workplace learning is radically changing in an unknown ways; and the consequent immediate need to create innovative placement options with limited guidance. Many are looking towards technology for options and solutions. In this presentation, members of the International Network of Co-operative Inquirers will examine the research question: How can technology support field education placements across distance? This exploration includes an overview of the co-operative inquiry research method and examines case studies drawn from co-operative inquiry processes. Key considerations will be presented from co-operative inquiries examining the use of technology in innovative placements across distance in Australia, Canada, and Ireland.
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
|Event||5th International Conference on Practice Research - Virtual|
Duration: 31 May 2021 → 02 Jun 2021
https://www.icpr2021.com.au/ (Conference website)
|Conference||5th International Conference on Practice Research|
|Period||31/05/21 → 02/06/21|
|Other||We look forward to welcoming you to the 5th International Conference on Practice Research will be held as a virtual event on 31 May, 1 June and 2 June 2021. |
The Conference that was planned for May 2020, has been re-imagined and we are delighted to bring the global practice research community together to share knowledge and expertise and to contribute to policies and practices that respond to our most pressing social concerns. We have embraced the virtual technology that will enable participants from across the globe to join ‘prime time’ sessions over the 3 days and also provide access to an extensive number of presentations on demand for a period of time, extending the lifespan of the conference.