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PLN or CoP?

Wie kann man PLNs (Personal Learning Networks) und CoPs (Communities of Practice) unterscheiden? Ich habe genau diese Frage auch in Hamburg letzte Woche aufgegriffen, und von daher ist es schön zu sehen, dass Steve Wheeler in die gleiche Richtung denkt. Hier ein kurzer Auszug:

“Secondly, according to Lave and Wenger, for a CoP to exist, there needs to be a domain of expertise. The domain needs to be shared, and it needs to be formalised. A CoP is rarely a loose, informal network of friends, but instead exists as a central resource where community members learn more about their common expertise and can share, manage and disseminate their understanding for the greater benefit of the entire community. PLNs can be less focused, made up of disparate kinds of people spread across an entire spectrum of abilities, competencies and domain expertise.”
Steve Wheeler, Learning with ‘e’s, 11. November 2013

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