Toward Open Public Administration Scholarship

Schweik, Charles M.; Mergel, Ines; Sandfort, Jodi R.; Zhao, Zhirong J.
January 2011
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Jan2011 Supplement 1, Vol. 21 Issue suppl_1, pi175
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on moving Public Administration (PA) scholarship with information and communication technologies. It mentions the conventional approaches that scholars use to communicate with other students and practitioners. It says that teachers use traditional teaching approaches such as lectures and textbooks to distribute the flow of communication generated from research. Furthermore, the importance of educational research to advance active learning methods is discussed.


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