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Working Smarter not Harder: Communities of Practice and Organizational Learning

If there was ever a time in which higher education administrators were asked to work smarter and not harder, it is now. One need look no further than to the numerous examples of institutions involved in some form of prioritization planning process (PPP) to see that efficiency and accountability to institutional mission and mandate rule the day. 750 more words

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Threshold concept: A lens for examining networked learning - Paper Summary

The following is a summary of Giedre Kligyte’s (2009) paper ‘Threshold concept: A lens for examining networked learning’ .  A copy of this paper  can be obtained using the following  488 more words

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The death of nice communities of practice?

An interesting conversation is happening in KM4Dev – when is it not the case? – in relation with Dave Snowden‘s recent inputs to the conference on ‘Knowledge for Development (#DIEK4D see  1,031 more words

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(Enabling) Sharership is the new Leadership

“Sharership is the new Leadership” Sylvie Sasaki Property Plan A project manager at Marks and Spencer blogging today in Building reminded me this great comment from Jim McLelland… 385 more words

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Where We End And I Begin - A Question About Learning Sciences & Learning As A Social Event


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(This is part of the work I am doing for my Masters course “Conceptualizing the Learning Sciences” at the University of Calgary as part of my Design Learning program. 1,089 more words

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