The MirandaNet Fellowship, which was founded in 1992, strives
to span national, cultural, commercial and political divides
to provide an innovative and inclusive forum for professionals.
Partnership with industry and Government is at the heart of
the research, development and evaluation processes that underpin
and support good practice. Individual learning patterns are
celebrated through action research strategies and peer ementoring.
Dissemination and publication are central to the Fellowship
process. Fellows who share their experience and expertise
are building a professional knowledge base about the use of
advanced technologies in transforming teaching and learning.
Christina Preston, founder of MirandaNet, launched World
Ecitizens as a vehicle for children and students to share
cultural knowledge in a safe environment.