RE: [cp] CoP literature wiki
- THANKS, Joitske! Wonderful work. Trying to build on what you've done:
I added a page with 20 recent tagged resources here:
I looked at these links at the bottom of the page:
[[http://www.indsoft.pl/|Quantum CMS]] and [[http://www.indsoft.pl/|Quantum
CRM]] or [[http://www.indsoft.pl/|Indsoft]]
They looked like a vendor's idea and not particularly useful, so I removed
them. And I changed the permissions so you have to be a "member" to edit a
page. (And I sent you and Jay Cross invitations to be members!)
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Joitske Hulsebosch
Sent: Monday, October 06, 2008 1:55 AM
Subject: [cp] CoP literature wiki
I decided to do some work on the wiki with resources on communities of
practice. After all, that's easier than starting my own wiki.
I guessed I could use the wiki as a reference for myself or to point other
people to resources.
I noticed however that there are only 2-3 people who have worked on it so
far. I think it would be much richer if others would add their favorite
So you are invited!
ps I put in the feed with resources tagged with communities of practice, but
couldn't align it to the right, how do you do this?
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