Managers Can Support—Not Create—Social Learning Communities

Pamela Hogle, Learning Solutions, Nov 17, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I am asked fairly frequently how we can create learning communities and this response is the one I invariably give: you have to work with the communities that are already there and support them, rather than think you can create something from scratch. Communities are voluntary; you can't foce people to become a part of one. As Pamela Hogle writes, "Social learning on its own does not create community, but it is one of the elements that can contribute to communities forming. However, it cannot be forced; the social learning can, should, and generally does develop organically."

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