The Status of Technology-Enhanced Education and Service Delivery in Rehabilitation Counselor Education
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Purpose: The purpose of this article is to discuss the upsurge of technology-enhanced rehabilitation education programs and telerehabilitation services, to provide examples of these advancements, and to discuss the implications of this technology for education and the field including the unique advantage to developing technological skills through participation in effective online coursework allowing rehabilitation graduates the requisite transferable skills for competent online service delivery.
Method: The authors completed a thorough review of the available literature on online technology-enhanced education programs and online telerehabilitation services.
Results: Rehabilitation counselor education and the delivery of rehabilitation services have capitalized on recent technological advancements and provide opportunities to reach students and consumers via the Internet.
Conclusion: It is clear that technology-enhanced education and clinical services will have an expanding role in the future of rehabilitation counselor education and practice. There is a unique advantage for students to develop technological skills through participation in effective online coursework. The skills learned from completing online courses are transferable skills for competent online service delivery.
Huber, M. J.,
& Embree, J. A.
(2015). The Status of Technology-Enhanced Education and Service Delivery in Rehabilitation Counselor Education. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 29 (3), 194-207.