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1. Citation: Gotto, G.,S., Turnbull, A., Summers, J.A., & Blue-Banning, M. (2008). Community of Practice development manual: A step-by-step guide for designing & cultivating communities of practice.
Title: Community of Practice development Manual: A step-by-step guide for designing & cultivating communities of practice.
Author(s): Gotto, G.S.
Turnbull, A.
Summers, J.A.
Blue-Banning, M.
Year: 2008
Journal/Publication: Research Utilization Support and Help (RUSH) Project


Developing and participating in an active community of practice (CoP) has revolutionized the way we at the Beach Center on Disability approach our research, disseminate information, and expand our knowledge base. We characterize this change as our “Copernican Revolution,” moving from a traditional view of researchers being in the center of the early childhood knowledge universe to ensuring that families and children are in the center and that resources encircle them. Developing our CoP has been a very rewarding process. We hope this manual will ease the development of your CoP and that it will help you to experience as much satisfaction as we have.


Type of Item: Planning Instrument
Type of KT Strategy: Community of Practice
Record Updated:2014-12-10

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