Learning at Work: Self Curation as a Process for Individual and Collective Learning
A case study of self curation, a process that enables individual and collective organisational learning through the exploration of practice issues using unfamilar texts such as graphic or aural media.
||Organisational Learning, Reflexive Practice, Self Curation
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 7, pp.129-138.
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Robyn Lines is the Director of Learning and Teaching Development in RMIT University. Current research investigates approaches to effective change in learning and teaching in universities.
Geoff Arger has been responsible for the distance education programs in major Australian universities. He has undertaken extensive consultancy work in Asian and pacific countries.
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