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Learning 2.0 for Associations eBook

This free eBook is intended as a general introduction to how approaches to learning have evolved and what impact the new technologies dubbed “Web 2.0” are having. In it you will find examples of ways in which associations are using these new technologies and what possibilities they may represent for your organization’s professional development and other learning initiatives.

The examples in the book are primarily from the association world, but readers from other types of organization will find both the examples and the report in general to be useful. The intended audience is anyone new to social media and how tools like blogs, wiki, podcasts, and social networks can be used in learning-centric initiatives. Readers who already make significant use of social media technologies may find some of the content a bit basic, but the examples and the general thinking about Learning 2.0 as a concept may nonetheless be helpful. Additionally, those readers who are more advanced may find this report to be a useful tool for educating others in their organizations.

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