Communities of Practice

Various authors, eLearning Papers, Nov 08, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This issue of eLearning Papers focuses on communities of practice. "This edition of eLearning Papers focuses on four distinct CoPs that have been fuelled by the use of electronic community building tools. In the last fifteen years, these tools have moved from online bulletin boards to wikis, audio and video podcasts, virtual meeting spaces, teleconferencing, and any combination of these and others." The articles look at things like eTwinning, success factors. developing services, and communities of proactice in the tourism sector.
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