Lurking, or the practice of entering into online spaces to read, but not to post or “visibly participate” has been a perennial topic wherever and whenever online interaction comes up. I was combing through some old resources in preparation for a series of brown bag gatherings I’m leading in the next few months, and came … Continue reading Some Old But Still Useful Reflections on Lurking
I was asked about some useful references on lurking and lurkers this week, so I thought I’d refresh myself with a few that I like. (I’ve written about ithere on the blog quite often over the years!) Personally, I’m of the school of thought that lurking is a form of legitimate peripheral participation, that in … Continue reading References on Lurking
Note: this is an update of an older article I wrote on online facilitation. You might say, this has been steeping for a while. 😉 I have both updated it, and tweaked it to meet the needs of the Project Community Course at the Hague Technical University. But it has more general applicability. What is … Continue reading An Overview of Online Facilitation
Note: this is an update of an older article I wrote on online facilitation. You might say, this has been steeping for a while. 😉 I have both updated it, and tweaked it to meet the needs of the Project Community Course at the Hague Technical University. Nancy White, Full Circle Associates For CommProj12 October, … Continue reading What is Online Facilitation in the Context of Open, Innovative Design Engineering?
I am preparing a background article for week 5 of our Hague Technical University “Project Community” course. I realize I have not written a general piece in a long time. As prep, I’ve started by scanning older articles I’ve posted on my blog and the very old stuff in my Online Community Toolkit. Here is … Continue reading Harvesting From my Older Posts on Online Facilitation