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The writing style is very engaging, making for an easy read while providing lots of good information.
DH introduces the idea of community orientations to help us understand where the emphasis might lie and therefore what technologies make most sense.
Also, Figure 1.1 (everyone I showed it to said 'oh, it's a golf course') is a great depiction of community practice.
It's an excellent book about practice comunities. Recommended 100% if you want to know more about that topic and understand how comunities work.Published 8 months ago by Sergio Henao
I gulped this book down. It is jam packed with information. I loved all the checklists in the back and the advice on figuring out your community orientation. Also, Figure 1. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Joy A. Rife
Provided a good background for me on communities of practice, and what I, as a technology steward, need to think about and consider when introducing a new technology or process. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Anon
This book is concise and to the point and provides a current update on current educational technology. Read morePublished 23 months ago by jarnett
This book was listed as used and in good conditions, the true is that it is almost new and not only I got it before the due date but in an excellent package...great purchase!!!!!Published on January 9, 2012 by Janeth Velasquez
Wenger, White, and Smith have put together a great resource for anyone who finds themselves caring for a community that have digital interactions. Read morePublished on November 9, 2010 by PaulSheneman
I have linked to a review published in E:CO, which is a journal focused on complexity thinking and its application to organizations.
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