This paper presents the results of a case study of a (perceived) problem of information overload from e-mail in a large firm. We argue that for CMCs to be effective there is a need to establish a ‘context’ in which the message can be interpreted.
This paper examines learning among museum staff involved in exhibition development in four European natural history museums. It draws upon a larger body of research undertaken for the Mirror project, a European Commission Framework Programme 5 Information
The MIRROR project explores the mirroring of the learning interactions of individuals within communities of practice (CoP) through the use of technologies. The specific context explored within the project is that of museum natural scientists.