Human services and information technology: an international perspective

Editors:
STEYAERT Jan, COLOMBI David, RAFFERTY Jackie
Publisher:
Arena
Publication year:
1996
Pagination:
272p.,bibliog.
Place of publication:
Aldershot

Examines the impact of information technology on social work and other helping professions over the last 10 years, comparing the experiences of 17 countries. Experts from each country describe local initiatives and developments under the following headings: information for citizens; vocational education and training; and provision of services.

Subject terms:
information services, information technology, post qualifying education, service users, social work education, social care provision, staff development, training, comparative studies, computers;
Location(s):
Canada, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Finland, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Micronesia, Romania, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom, United States
ISBN print:
1 85742 365 8

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Editors:
STEYAERT Jan, COLOMBI David, RAFFERTY Jackie
Publisher:
Arena
Subject terms:
information services, information technology, post qualifying education, service users, social work education, social care provision, staff development, training, comparative studies, computers

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