DescriptionOnline discussion - 'Communities of Practice in Landscapes of Practice'.
On the 16th of April we had an excellent discussion on the Pyrko, Dorfler and Eden (2019) article which focussed on understanding how engaging in communities of practice can be extended beyond functional groups (such as within the confines of the individual study support and library teams) but across broader areas of the organisation (known as the landscape of practice). This engagement allows for incidental learning, reinforcement of shared goals, and the adoption of norms that constitute an organisational culture.
|Period||16 Apr 2021|
|Event type||Online presentation|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
Documents & Links
In-House PD Session - Contexualising Communities of Practice within a Landcape of Practice
Activity: Scholarly activities in Learning and Teaching reflection › Self/institutional leadership reflection