From transaction to transformation: information and communication technology, professional development and the formation of communities of practice

@article{Triggs2004FromTT,
  title={From transaction to transformation: information and communication technology, professional development and the formation of communities of practice},
  author={Pat Triggs and P. John},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={426-439}
}
Using the concept of ‘layers of community’, this paper describes and explains the ways in which teams of teachers, teacher educators and researchers worked together on the research project InterActive Education: teaching and learning in the information age. The focus is on the development and dissemination of professional knowledge as it relates to teaching and learning that incorporates information and communications technology (ICT) as a tool. Drawing on a range of data, we illustrate how… CONTINUE READING

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