There is an increasing need to develop e-partnerships through factors such as frequency and quality of communication, conduct of joint long term projects, exchange of data, stable frameworks and maximum transparency both inside and outside of partnerships. Such virtual learning communities are networked environments in which each member is transformed into a manager of knowledge who enriches the community with his or her own ideas, where there is significant support by technology which simulates the “meeting spot,” and where members have a common reason for belonging to the community.
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Last replied by abenezer on Tuesday, 04 September 2012
A really interesting discussion.
Dr Pankaj and Dr Thomas,I agree completely that face to face meetings cannot be replaced ,but the point is to get maximum results within minimum resources.How about connecting first through such virtual platforms,knowing each other better and then maybe meet to discuss and actually come up with solutions to issues which could be discussed forever?
Last replied by Priyanka on Tuesday, 02 August 2011