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Title: Enhancing Social Interaction in Competence Development Networks: A Conceptual Framework (revised version)
Authors: Angehrn, Albert
Maxwell, Katrina
Sereno, Bertrand
Keywords: connection dynamics
intelligent social agents
connection games
network visualization
lifelong competence development
knowledge management
virtual communities
Issue Date: 29-May-2008
Abstract: This paper addresses the challenge of enhancing social interaction through value-added connections among online community members engaged in knowledge exchange. We report on our exploration of three types of connection dynamics: (1) features enabling network members to visualize and browse through relationship networks, (2) intelligent agents and (3) innovative game dynamics aimed at stimulating the identification and establishment of value-adding connections between users and knowledge assets, individuals, groups, and communities. We describe here how such dynamics could be embedded in lifelong competence development networks.
Description: Angehrn, A. A., Maxwell, K., & Sereno, B. (revised version). Enhancing Social Interaction in Competence Development Networks: A Conceptual Framework. International Journal of Learning Technology.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1266
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