Aug 10 2009

Excerpts

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We wrote the book to help you support your communities. With that in mind we provide the book’s Table of Contents in PDF form, the full index and a glimpse into some sections of the book to help you get a better idea of what it is about. In addition we’ll provide worksheets and tools that are related to the book. (The technology for communities pages on the CPsquare wiki are an example.)

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    “Digital Habitats:stewarding technology 4 communities” has just been published. Read an excerpt at [link to post] …

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    @sagenet only a few more steps to getting Amazon’s “search inside”. See Table of Contents with other excerepts here: [link to post]

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    RT @smithjd: Digital Habitats chapter 10 (Action Notebook) updated to match the printed book exactly: [link to post]

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  4. Coach Carole says:

    Fabulous book, I’m reading it my way – thanks for the tips on how to – individualise my reading. I think I’m a blend of ‘deep diver’, ‘attentive practitioner’ and ‘just-do-it er’.

    I really love the additional Action Notebook – I’m now brainstorming ways of making the best use of it for 2010.

    Thanks to Nancy, Etienne and John for a most thought provoking exploration of ‘stewarding technologies for communities’ – its a phrase that describes what I and many other ementors do.

  5. [...] Mentoring Magic #1 Posted on January 30, 2010 by coachcarole You will have noticed that I’m fond of alliterations, especially for my titles of blog posts, and this one sprang to mind as I contemplated what to write about mentoring for teachers in 2010. A little light magic is required to provide engaging and effective mentoring for the ‘new teachers’; technology stewards as Nancy White refers to them in her new book Digital Habitats, EWenger, N White and JD Smith, 2009. [...]

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