Podcast: Communities of Practice and Showing Your Work

This week's podcast is about the benefits of sharing your work with others.

Written by Ross Dickie
Published 14 September 2016
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Podcast: Communities of Practice and Showing Your Work

What are the benefits of belonging to a 'community of practice', and what can you learn by sharing your work with colleagues? 

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This week on the podcast, Ross Garner is joined by James McLuckie and Ross Dickie to discuss these questions in light of the recent eLearning Network event in Glasgow.

If you'd like to get in touch with us about this episode, you can tweet @RossGarnerGP, @JamesMcLuckie or @ross__dickie

You can also find us @GoodPractice or visit www.goodpractice.com.

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About the author

Ross Dickie

Ross Dickie

Online Instructional Designer
Ross has been working in L&D since 2015 and is a key member of the instructional design team at Emerald Works. Most of his time is dedicated to writing articles, scoping infographics and contributing to video projects.

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