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Communities of Practice

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Mibgħuta minn Emma Grainger

In a community of practice, novices and experienced practitioners can learn from observing, asking questions, and actually participating alongside others with more or different experience. Learning is facilitated when novices and experienced practitioners organize their work in ways that allow all participants the opportunity to see, discuss, and engage in shared practices

(Levine and Marcus, 2010) 

This presenation was delievered by Jane O'Kelly as part of her workshop on Virtual Communities at the EPALE Ireland Launch on Nov 3rd 2015

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Jane O'Kelly
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It-Tlieta, 10 novembru, 2015
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  • Willy AERTS's picture

    Ik heb de presentatie ondertussen gezien en gedownload.

    Is hieruit een echte community ontstaan. Kan men zich daar bij aansluiten?

  • Emma GRAINGER's picture

    The person who created this for a workshop at our launch is one of our EPALE ambassadors and has lots of thoughts on this area concerning EPALE. Watch out for a blog for her in the coming weeks! 

  • Paul HOLDSWORTH's picture

    This is an excellent resource.

    We look forward to seeing more and more active communities of practice on EPALE!