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Swedish Schools, Cultural Institutions and Internet
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Swedish Schools, Cultural Institutions and Internet
Swedish Schools, Cultural Institutions and Internet
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Swedish Schools, Cultural Institutions and Internet

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År 1998 blev Benny Regnér och jag inbjudna till en konferens i Wien på temat museer, kulturinstitutioner och Internet. Bakgrunden var att Benny och jag genomfört flera projekt tillsammans med svenska …

År 1998 blev Benny Regnér och jag inbjudna till en konferens i Wien på temat museer, kulturinstitutioner och Internet. Bakgrunden var att Benny och jag genomfört flera projekt tillsammans med svenska museer, bl.a. Nordiska museet och Musikmuseet som väckt en del uppmärksamhet.

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  • 1. CULTH, Vienna October 1998 Linking Cultural Institutions with Schools Swedish Schools, Cultural Institutions and Internet Benny Regnér Johan Groth National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 2. Off Internet and on
    • Analog vs digital information
    • Consumer vs producer of information
    • Text only vs multimedia
    • Computers vs networks
    • Issues vs concurrent publication
    • Visible vs invisible development
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 3. Topics
    • Swedish schoolsystem
    • Swedish cultural institutions
    • The use of Internet
    • National initiatives
    • Some examples
    • Conclusions
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 4. The Swedish Schoolsystem
    • Approx. 1,2 million pupils
    • Approx. 120.000 teachers
    • Approx. 6000 schools
    • Decentralized and goal oriented
    • Parliament and government set goals
    • Municipalities organize, allocate resources
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 5. The National Agency for Education
    • ” Contribute to a development of the school system in order to create an agreement between the national goals and reality”
    • Acts on specific commission from the ministry
    • Acts on its own initiatives within the framework set up by the ministry
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 6. The Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs
    • ” The means through which the government and parliament effect their policies for culture”
    • Allocate resources to groups, institutions and organisations
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 7. Use of Internet
    • Rapid development of Internet as a pedagogical tool
    • A majority of the schools have Internet
    • Many public libraries have Internet
    • Museums and other cultural institutions are beginning to use Internet
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 8. National initiatives
    • The Swedish Schoolnet
    • Tools for learning
    • Foundation for Knowledge and Competence
    • The SUNET offer for libraries and museums
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 9. A few examples
    • IKON
    • Historical museum and project ”Sture”
    • The Nordic museum and Netd@ys 1997
    • The virtual music museum
    • The Window to Culture
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 10. Conclusion
    • Internet can be an important tool for developing the school system
    • Useful content is of critical importance
    • Always start with a pedagogical idea
    • Spend resources on education, not hardware
    • Be prepared for organizational and administrative changes
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden
  • 11. Links
    • The National Agency for Education <www.skolverket.se>
    • The Swedish Schoolnet <www.skolverket.se/skolnet>
    • Physical or virtual networks? (INET’98) <www.pi.se/gogab/arkiv/INET98>
    CULTH Dr. Johan Groth Vienna, October 1998 Benny Regnér Page National Agency for Education, Sweden

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