Digital Internship Project 2.0 was a research-based training project designed to provide preservice teacher interns with focused, sustained, and pedagogically appropriate educationaltechnology experiences. The project required the participation of interns, cooperating teachers,school division personnel, and a team of researchers and trainers from the Faculty of Education,University of Regina. Digital Internship 2.0 was managed by the Saskatchewan InstructionalDevelopment and Research Unit (SIDRU) and funded by the Ministry of Education, Governmentof Saskatchewan, for the period of July 15, 2007 to March 31, 2008.This report is divided into three sections. The
provides an overview of the project asframed within a longer, recent history of technology-related initiatives in the Faculty of Education. The
Research Process and Findings
section describes the approach to data analysisand presents the findings of the study framed through four major themes.
comments on the implementation of Digital Internship 2.0 and offers techno-pedagogicallyinformed strategies for partnerships of stakeholders within the Saskatchewan educationalcontext. The section ends with a summary of changes to undergraduate programming at theFaculty of Education.i