The Building of Online Communities: An approach for learning organizations, with a particular focus on the museum sector
Beler, A, Borda, A, Bowen, J. and Filippini-Fantoni, S (2004). The Building of Online Communities: An approach for learning organizations, with a particular focus on the museum sector. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts 2004. The Institute of Archaeology, University College London, UK 26 - 31 Jul 2004 London South Bank University.
|Authors||Beler, A, Borda, A, Bowen, J. and Filippini-Fantoni, S|
This paper considers the move toward and potential of building online communities, with a particular focus on the museum sector. For instance, the increase in the use of `personalized' toolkits that are becoming an integral part of the online presence for learning organizations, like museums, can provide a basis for creating and sustaining communities. A set of case studies further illustrates working examples of the ways in which personalization and specific tools are developing collaborative spaces, community channels and group interactions.
|Journal||In James Hemsley, Vito Cappellini and Gerd Stanke (eds.), EVA 2004 London Conference Proceedings, University College London, The Institute of Archaeology, UK, 26-30 July 2004, pages 2.1-2.15|
|Publisher||London South Bank University|
|Accepted author manuscript|
CC BY 4.0
|26 Jul 2004|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||04 Apr 2017|
|Accepted||26 Jul 2004|
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