Communities of Practice
Case Studies in Program and Technical Assistance

Executive Panel Discussion and Virtual Conference Demonstration

Webcast Abstract

Communities of Practice (social media platforms) can be used to deliver technical assistance and knowledge transfer for a wide variety of programs. Our panel of CoP experts will describe two very different CoP programs – one supporting youth development through government-funded construction projects, the other supporting professional development and continuing education for experts in cochlear implants for the hearing-impaired. Both are using the iCohere Collaboration Platform to create a virtual space that develops expertise and accelerates learning among professional peers.

A review of highlights with screenshots and commentary from these two online community sites will also be included.

Key questions addressed

  • What is the difference between a good and great CoP design?
  • What are currently the most popular capabilities for users?
  • What types of metrics can be used to determine the effectiveness of a CoP?
  • What are some of the key lessons learned to date?
  • Others interested in developing secure global learning and support communities
 

This webcast is for educational purposes only, is sponsored by iCohere, Inc., and contains no advertising.

 

Testimonials From Past Webcast Attendees

 Panelists

Ms Susan Wobst Susan Wobst,
CEO
Partners for Community Solutions
biography
 
Ms Mary Ellen Nevins Mary Ellen Nevins, Ed.D.
National Director
Professional Preparation
in Cochlear Implants
biography
 
Ms Barbara Felitti Barbara Felitti
Proprietor
Barbara Felitti Consulting LLC
biography
 
Pat Green Pat Green, M.Ed.
iCohere
Government Solutions Specialist
biography
 
Mr. Lance A. Simon Lance A. Simon
VP Business Development, iCohere
(Webcast Moderator)
biography
 
 
 
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