11.3.6 BIBLIOGRAPHY

Wikimedia Foundation Inc, last modified on 28 May 2008,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community_of_practice
Here you can find general information and key concepts about communities of practice.

Etienne Wenger, last viewed 29 May 2008,
http://www.ewenger.com/theory/
Includes many details for communities of practice by Etienne Wenger (technology issues, in-depth coverage of the learning theory, etc.).

Koubek, A.; Laister, J. (2001) “3rd Generation Learning Platforms. Requirements and Motivation for Collaborative Learning.” In: EURODL – European Journal of Open and Distance Learning.

Lave, J.; Wenger, E. (1991) “Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation”, Cambridge.

Hildreth, P.; Kimble, C. (2002). "The duality of knowledge", Information Research, 8(1), paper no. 142 [Available at InformationR.net/ir/8-1/paper142.html, Site visited: 10/07/2007].

Preece, J., (2000) “Online Communities. Designing, Usability, Supporting Sociability.” New York.

Kimball, L.; Ladd, A. "Facilitator Toolkit for Building and Sustaining Virtual Communities of Practice". In Hildreth P.; Kimble C., (edts.), (2004), “Knowledge Networks: Innovation through Communities of Practice”, Hershey, pp 202-215.

Lucko, S.; Trauner, B., (2005), “Wissensmanagement 7 Bausteine für die Umsetzung in der Praxis”, p73.

Wenger, E.; McDermott, R.; M.Snyder, W. (2002) “Cultivating communities of Practice”, Harvard Business School Press, Boston, Massachusetts.

Trainmor-knowmore, (2008), Communities of practice, Katsiadakis Nikos,
www.trainmor-knowmore.eu
European project’ website on knowledge management.