Informal learner styles: Individuation, interaction, in-form-ation
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1st International Workshop on Learning in Enterprise 2.0 and Beyond, volume 383 of CEUR Workshop Proceedings, (2008)

Web 2.0 has sparked tremendously increased interest in IT-supported knowledge management and technology-enhanced learning in organizations. Although there have been abundant activities of how to benefit from Web 2.0 technologies, information on how to go about deploying these in organizational settings in a coordinated manner are scarce. Based on the findings of an ethnographically informed study, this paper presents three idealized, richly described scenarios of informal learner styles which are used in order to develop theses on the relationship of Web 2.0 and workplace learning.
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