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  1. CSCL-intro “The Biweekly” #1 | Random Stuff that Matters

    […] talking about their participation in the course, their expectations: Jennifer, Monica, Rebecca, Nate, Martin (who also wrote about a neat way of making the course feeds part of his daily Internet […]

  2. CSCL-intro “The Biweekly” #1 | Random Stuff that Matters

    […] talking about their participation in the course, their expectations: Jennifer, Monica, Rebecca, Nate, Martin (who also wrote about a neat way of making the course feeds part of his daily Internet […]

  3. Martin Aa
    Martin Aa April 30, 2011 at 1:26 pm | | Reply

    Just a short hello to say thanks for the nice comment to my post.

    “CoP-literate understanding of how doctors are assessed should recognize how well a doctor is integrated into the network-based knowledge determined essential by the hospital’s CoP. To do “an arterial blood gas and interpret it” requires integration with the appropriate tools, language/concepts, and range of possibilities developed by medical research”

    I completely agree. We have some interesting examples of this in my country because the majority of Norways doctors are educated in other countries, in CoP that are really different from the one we judge them in when they arrive as newly educated.

    .. look forward to follow your posts the next weeks!

  4. Martin Aa
    Martin Aa April 30, 2011 at 1:26 pm | | Reply

    Just a short hello to say thanks for the nice comment to my post.

    “CoP-literate understanding of how doctors are assessed should recognize how well a doctor is integrated into the network-based knowledge determined essential by the hospital’s CoP. To do “an arterial blood gas and interpret it” requires integration with the appropriate tools, language/concepts, and range of possibilities developed by medical research”

    I completely agree. We have some interesting examples of this in my country because the majority of Norways doctors are educated in other countries, in CoP that are really different from the one we judge them in when they arrive as newly educated.

    .. look forward to follow your posts the next weeks!

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