Developing and Realizing Community Within Intelligence Online (IO)

This case study is designed to examine how the concept of community is developed, realized and sustained within a virtual in-service teacher-learning environment. The notion of how a virtual community evolves within a formally structured professional development environment for in- service teachers is the focus of this study.

Research was conducted by Dr. Jennifer Lock of the University of Calgar while she was a Gallagher-Galileo Research Fellow.

Lock, J.V. (2003). Research Project Report: Developing and Realizing Community within Intelligence Online (io).

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