The project Digital Medellín and how to examine the triad of ICT, practice, and learning through change processes with an ethnographic case study approach
AbstractThe main goal of this article is to describe the investigation conducted in themasters’ thesis project: Digital Medellín – communities of practice and informationand communication technology for organizational development. This is done by givinga description of the background, problem area, the method and theories suchas ethnography, a socio-cultural perspective and the concept of communitiesof practice. Two case studies are presented and discussed. The findings of theresearch are stated in the form of three principal conclusions.
Author BiographyJan Ove Christer Olsson, Universidad de MedellínMaster of Science in Education with a focus on learning, communication and information technology, andBachelor of Arts in History of Art, both at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Lecturer and researcher atthe University of Medellín and member of the research group Holográfico at the faculty of communication
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