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  • Cultivating communities of practice: Analysis of 3 case studies using the 7 principles Sylvia Currie Patricia Delich Paul Stacey
  • Case Study: SCoPE – An Open, Online Community Sylvia Currie
  • Case Study: Cultivating a Community of Instructors Designing, Developing, and Teaching Online Courses Patricia Delich
  • Case Study: Educational Technology Users Group Paul Stacey
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  • The 7 principles for cultivating communities of practice
    • 1. Design for evolution
    • 2. Open a dialogue between inside and outside perspectives
    • 3. Invite different levels of participation
    • 4. Develop both public and private community spaces
    • 5. Focus on value
    • 6. Combine familiarity and excitement
    • 7. Create a rhythm for the community
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  • A Few Recommendations
    • Expect and plan for program growth. (1)
    • Form an e-learning advisory committee. (2 & 3)
    • Provide opportunities for department chairs to learn firsthand about online learning. (2 & 3)
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  • A Few Recommendations
    • Don't over design. (1)
    • Make history visible. (5)
    • Allow for flexible participation and participation on the periphery. (3)
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    • Profile people and activities more than resources. (5)
    • Engage all members in planning. (2)
    • Schedule activities to engage members and invite new interest. (6 & 7)
    A Few Recommendations
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  • Author Contacts
    • Sylvia Currie
    • [email_address]
    • Patricia Delich
    • [email_address]
    • Paul Stacey
    • pstacey @bccampus.ca
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