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Understanding online communities series

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Four key reasons to build an education community now!
The four key reasons to create online communities are;
1. Knowledge sharing. This means breaking down the silos of knowledge across a program, an organisation or an ecosystem.
2. Alignment - when everyone is 'pulling in the same direction' the program moves with agility.
3. Ideation - creativity and ideas don't always show themselves in a strategy session. In a community ideas are shared, improved on, iterated, etc.
4. Impact - which results when the above are in place

Recommended videos on communities

Do you need an online community?

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Do not build your community on Facebook and here's why

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The differences between online communities, forums and portals.

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Why community? Because you can't fix a problem without engaging those most affected.

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An online community or internet community is a group of people with a shared interest or purpose who use the internet to communicate with each other. Online communities have their own set of guidelines and needs, like online community engagement, moderation, and management.

The importance of community for educators.

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Understanding Education Ecosystems

The 4 key reasons to build an education community.

2022 - A critical year for online communities.

A collection of 1-minute videos explaining online communities.

Read on the benefits of online communities

UNICEF on online communities. Download here.

Insights into Virtual Communities of Practice

An academic view of Knowledge Communities

7 steps to building an online community


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