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Disengagement From Intrinsically Transient Social Worlds: The Case of a Distance Learning Community (2002)The first two dimensions affect participants' activities throughout membership in a transient social world. The next ten dimensions represent activities that participants undertake as they disengage from an intrinsically ...
Riding the Waves: A Case Study of Learners and Leaders in Library and Information Science Education (2006)The final section of the study proposes a model of learning and leading based on LEEP student experiences. This results in the development of new questions for future exploration.
(2003)Results indicated that a form-based system can be contextualized to serve multiple purposes and has sufficient flexibility to evolve as the needs of the community emerge and change.