Introduction to the 2014 Digital Rural Futures Conference Special Edition in association with the Regional Universities Network (RUN) (2015)
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In June, 2014, the Digital Rural Futures Conference, an initiative of the Regional Universities Network (RUN), was held at the University of Southern Queensland’s Toowoomba campus. RUN, a network of six universities with headquarters in regional Australia, was established in October 2011. The foundation members are CQUniversity, Southern Cross University, Federation University Australia, University of New England, University of Southern Queensland and University of the Sunshine Coast. The RUN member universities play an important and distinctive role in advancing Australia’s national prosperity, productivity and identity through their educational and research contributions to regional economic, social, cultural and environmental development.
CitationReushle S, Farley H (2015). Introduction to the 2014 Digital Rural Futures Conference Special Edition in association with the Regional Universities Network (RUN). Journal of Economic and Social Policy. 17(2). 1-3.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research46 - Information and computing sciences::4608 - Human-centred computing::460801 - Accessible computing
44 - Human society::4406 - Human geography::440609 - Rural and regional geography
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