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  • 1. Peer Learning throuh Communities of Practice OCASI Professional Development Conference May 2010 Presenter: Brenda Doner, brendadoner@rogers.com WHERE TO LEARN MORE Tamarack www.tamarackcommunities.ca - Main page. Click ‘events’ to register for tele- learning or to learn how to join a Community of Practice www.vibrantcommunities.ca - direct link to Vibrant Communities’ section of the site above http://tamarackcommunity.ca/g2_CofP.html - Describes Tamarack’s Communities of Practice http://tamarackcommunity.ca/g3s61_CC4I9.html - “Collaborative Communities of Practice with Etienne Wenger” - An online seminar (webpage, audio file, resources) summarizing an interview with Wenger. Communities of Practice www.ewenger.com - Etienne Wenger’s home page: contains a list of his publications and his current research projects and an introduction to CoPs http://technologyforcommunities.com/ - Project blog for a recently published book by Etienne Wenger, Nancy White, and John D. Smith, Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for communities (Portland, OR: CPsquare, 2009) www.cpsquare.org - An online community of practice about communities of practice. Includes a wiki, research and resources and an online course. www.delicious.com - Social bookmarking site. Searching “everyone’s bookmarks” by “communities_of_practice” gives 4,000 results. The top results will be pages tagged by hundreds of people as useful for the topic. Brenda Doner, Voluntary Sector Consulting, Guelph, Ontario Tel: 519-821-7588 Email: brendadoner@rogers.com

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