Welcome to the DARwiki, a resource and a meeting place for distributed action researchers. If you are new to Wikis you may like to visit introduction to wiki or experiment in the sandbox. You can also ask for help by adding a question here.
A definition of DAR is evolving, and currently looks like this:
DAR = Action Research with distributed Communities of Practice
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Examples of DAR
Examples of DAR might include attempts to bring about improvements in the way distributed COPs help people by...
- introducing additional or better technologies.
- helping more people to contribute and gain from COPS
- providing bridges to draw disparate communities closer together
- providing opportunities for people to work on community-building tasks
The DAR wiki is intended to become a collaborative venture, bringing together distributed researchers and others interested in online communities so that we can pool ideas and knowledge to build a resource and a community for the benefit of each and every one of us.
Ways in which anybody might like to contribute include...
- write an article about one of your experiences
- add URL links to relevant resources or online papers
- add your ideas to lists of advantages and disadvanages
- help to document different technological or methodological approaches
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