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  • COP Online Conference and Workshops

    Thanks to Vicki Suter (iCohere, Inc.) for forwarding the following information regarding upcoming online opportunities to learn more about communities of practice. Collaborative Communities of Practice Conference Length: 2 days Date: September 27 - 28, 2005 Early Bird Deadline: 9/19/05 Notes: Etienne Wenger is keynote speaker; one of the ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on September 16, 2005
  • COP Online Conference and Workshops

    Thanks to Vicki Suter (iCohere, Inc.) for forwarding the following information regarding upcoming online opportunities to learn more about communities of practice. Collaborative Communities of Practice Conference Length: 2 days Date: September 27 - 28, 2005 Early Bird Deadline: 9/19/05 Notes: Etienne Wenger is keynote speaker; one of the ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on September 16, 2005
  • Teaching in Community Online

    A Faculty Development Project Northern Essex Community College's innovative TIC Online program was recently featured in NISOD's Innovation Abstracts.  Building on their successful Teaching in Community program which focused on creating a supportive and reflective community for classroom teachers, the TIC Online program offers faculty ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on April 5, 2005
  • Teaching in Community Online

    A Faculty Development Project Northern Essex Community College's innovative TIC Online program was recently featured in NISOD's Innovation Abstracts.  Building on their successful Teaching in Community program which focused on creating a supportive and reflective community for classroom teachers, the TIC Online program offers faculty ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on April 5, 2005
  • Community of Practice Resources

    Judith Kamber of NECC has forwarded the following articles as resources for our cluster and other educators interested in communities of practice, community knowledge, and self-directed learning. While many examples are drawn from the corporate world, the ideas and insights are quite relevant to our work. These attachments are articles ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on October 29, 2004
  • Community of Practice Resources

    Judith Kamber of NECC has forwarded the following articles as resources for our cluster and other educators interested in communities of practice, community knowledge, and self-directed learning. While many examples are drawn from the corporate world, the ideas and insights are quite relevant to our work. These attachments are articles ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on October 29, 2004
  • Getting to Know You

    One of our ongoing community goals is to make professional and personal connections. Ideally we should be able to associate a face and some information with the names that we see commenting on blog entries or contributing to our posts. Some of us have had the opportunity to meet in person, but a number of us have yet to meet. Northern Essex ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on April 21, 2004
  • Getting to Know You

    One of our ongoing community goals is to make professional and personal connections. Ideally we should be able to associate a face and some information with the names that we see commenting on blog entries or contributing to our posts. Some of us have had the opportunity to meet in person, but a number of us have yet to meet. Northern Essex ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on April 21, 2004
  • Themes Can Provide a Focus

    One of the challenges of developing a community of practice among members of one’s local Carnegie group is finding ways to share a common interest. While each college is approaching the development of their community in a somewhat different fashion, at Middlesex we faced the challenge of finding common ground while pursuing our individual ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on February 16, 2004
  • Themes Can Provide a Focus

    One of the challenges of developing a community of practice among members of one’s local Carnegie group is finding ways to share a common interest. While each college is approaching the development of their community in a somewhat different fashion, at Middlesex we faced the challenge of finding common ground while pursuing our individual ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on February 16, 2004