Multiple Perspectives in Learning and Collaborating: A Case Study of the HelpSource Collaboration
The research examines the mechanisms and outcomes of interdisciplinary collaboration that led to the establishment of a comprehensive website of human services information (http://www.helpsource.org) among communities in East Central Illinois.
||Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Multidisciplinary Collaboration, Collaboration, Information Literacy, Organizational Divide, Community Technology, Learning
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp.99-108.
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Dr. Adrian Kok is an Assistant Professor from the Graduate School of Social Work, Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. He obtained his PhD from the School of Social Work at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. His research has focused on diverse topics in autism, HIV sexual risk, and most recently, learning in community technology groups. Dr. Adrian Kok is interested in developing educational opportunities for service-learning to promote multi-disciplinary collaboration between social work and other health care professionals. His current interests focuses on evaluating programs in teaching older adults how to use computers and developing approaches which enhance technology learning and use among older adults.
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