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Timeline of ADB-Hosted Communities of Practice
Communities of practice are groups of people who share a passion for something they know how to do and who interact regularly to learn how to do it better. By engaging in rich conversations in informal and welcoming social environments, they break down communication barriers to populate and reference their knowledge network workspace. By asking, learning, and sharing, they help manage tacit knowledge. This evolving timeline catalogs major decisions, events, and activities touching ADB-hosted communities of practice since the 1990s.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 08/31/2011
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Building Communities of Practice
Communities of practice are groups of like-minded, interacting people who filter, amplify, invest and provide, convene, build, and learn and facilitate to ensure more effective creation and sharing of knowledge in their domain.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 10/14/2008
Digital publication details: 6 pages.

Online Communities of Practice Enhancing Statistics Instruction: The European Project...
Acknowledging the fact that teachers are at the heart of any educational reform effort, the European Union funded project EarlyStatistics aims to enrich European children's learning of statistics by offering their mathematics teachers a high-quality online professional development program. A central conviction underlying the design of the program is that learning as part of a community of practitioners can provide a useful model for teacher professional development. Teachers participating in the program will form a virtual community of practice, which will support best practices and innovation in statistics education by providing access to a wide array of colleagues, discussions, and resources eluding teachers in their workplaces.
Uploaded by on 08/06/2007
Digital publication details: 10 pages.

Cultivating communities of practice
A quick start-up guide
Uploaded by jiscinfonet on 11/23/2010
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Communities of Practice Telecentres : february 2007 Issue
i4d encompasses the role and relevance of ICT in various development sectors such as Rural Development, Gender, Governance, Micro-finance, Education, Health, Wireless Communication, ICT For Poor, Local Content, Culture and Heritage, and more.
Uploaded by i4d_magazine on 03/10/2010
Digital publication details: 47 pages.

Building Communities of Changing Technological Pedagogical Practice
Abstract for KSET 2012 conference
Uploaded by wootang01 on 03/28/2012
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An Analysis of Collaborative Group Structure Technological Facilitation from a Knowledge...
A range of collaborative group structures are analysed from the perspective of knowledge management enabling technologies. A framework is developed demonstrating the application and role of specific technologies in supporting collaborative group structures including Communities of Practice, Centres of Practice, Special Interest Groups, Centres of Competence and Communities of Competence. In evaluating the utilisation of such technologies, the nature, purpose and capabilities of such group structures are analysed.
Uploaded by on 05/15/2007
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

The Process of Creating Value With Intellectual Capital Practice as An Intangible Asset in...
In the realm of knowledge management, great emphasis has been put on intellectual capital (IC) as an important and, partially, intangible asset for achieving economic value and competitiveness. This has led to many attempts to measure the economic value of IC. These methods, however, are to some extent questionable and do not seem to be recognized in practice, scholars claim. This might be due to the intangible character of IC. Even though scholars have conducted studies on IC, more research on IC practice and the value creation process with IC is called for; especially in the context of a small to medium-sized enterprise (SME). Based on an empirical and qualitative case study of an SME, the current paper explores the process of IC practice creation and how IC practice is related to value in tangible-intangible dynamics in the SME. The current paper applies practice theorising and the community of practice (CoP) approach to propose how IC practice can create value by integrating...
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Developing the Communities of Practice, Framework for On-Line Learning
Doctoral research considered whether healthcare students were able to develop characteristics of Communities of Practice when engaged in an interprofessional online module. Using a case study approach the research included two phases. Within phase one a questionnaire was administered to the group of 109 healthcare students. These were analysed to gain information on which to base sampling for the subsequent phase. Phase two employed three strands of data collection; five students completed an online diary, the online interaction of seven students was captured on a discussion board and three students were interviewed. Data were analysed using a form of pattern matching. The results suggested students were able to develop the essential elements of Communities of Practice. This was not uniformly seen however, and particular issues emerged for the online community. This paper focuses on discussing the contribution of the research to the development of the Communities of Practice...
Uploaded by on 01/21/2007
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Exploring the Role of Boundary Spanning in Distributed Networks of Knowledge
Knowledge sharing and creation are considered key processes leading to innovation and organizational performance. Several organizational initiatives have focused on building communities of practice in order to create a platform where employees can share experiences and insights. The focus in this paper is on one type of network structure, termed distributed networks of knowledge (DNoK). The success of such practices is deeply linked to whether or not formalization of the networks can hamper their knowledge creation and creativity. The role of leadership has been extensively discussed in the setting of communities of practice. However, this paper intends to shed new light on the topic by exploring the boundary management perspective in order to enable knowledge sharing and creation within this specific context of DNoK. To this end, we have examined the role of leadership styles in different DNoKs in a multinational firm.
Uploaded by on 04/09/2012
Digital publication details: 10 pages.
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