Murray Saunders: On the idea of Communities of Practice

CSALT, Lancaster University Lancaster University
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Are therer any power issues within to consider within communities of practice?

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What problems do work-based practices present to researchers?

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How can you capture reification?

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How do communities of practice fit within the Palette project?

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There are many kinds of communities of practice, but are there any sitations that are not?

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Do you gravitate towards Gidden's or wenger's viewpoints?

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What future research ideas exist in this area?

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Produced by Mike O'Donoghue with Alberto Martinell, CSALT, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University. Presentation content, paper and slides produced by Murray Saunders. All materials (c) Lancaster University 2006. Access to CD ROM and on online version provided for personal academic study. Reproduction, re-recording, editing and re-distribution in any media prohibited. Hyperlinks to and from the whole content online are permitted; all other uses require written consent from the author and/or producer.