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Online discussion on Sharing Practice

Posted by Janet Finlay on February 16, 2009

For the next fortnight the Benefits Realisation project EXTEND is hosting an online discussion around the topics covered by Planet. In the first week we will be discussing how we share practice, in the second we will give people a taste of the Planet approach – albeit online! Please come along and join in at http://www.cabweb.net/portal/course/view.php?id=7 – it would be great to have as many different perspectives as possible – and you can see the first version of our new Planet video!

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Sharing practice – a shared problem.

Posted by Janet Finlay on July 15, 2008

End of the first day of the JISC Innovation Forum and the issue of sharing practice has cropped up several times already. How do we move from having swathes of useful information hidden away at best in reports and project websites and at worst in the heads of experts to making it available to practitioners in a form and at a time that it will be useful to them? This is exactly the problem we are exploring in Planet so I was pleased to see that it is recognised as a significant issue well beyond the scope of the current project. Tomorrow Jim and I will be presenting the project in the Market Place (9-10am for those who are in Keele) – hopefully the start of a dialogue on how we can extend its reach and use the process to support the wider JISC community.

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