Maximising Value from Communities Learning Consortium

01/02/2006 - 31/07/2006

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Dr Hazel Hall was involved in this project when on industrial secondment to TFPL, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2006.

Dr Hall’s inclusion in the MVC began at the first meeting of the consortium in February 2006. The consortium membership comprised representatives from eight large companies: ABN AMRO, BT, Freshfields, GlaxoSmithKline, Oracle, Schlumberger, Shell and Unilever. These representatives met four time in 2006 to discuss themes related to maximising value from running work-based online communities, for example how to facilitate communities, and how to create, extend and measure community value.

Maximising Value from Communities Learning Consortium is a Research Charities & Trusts project funded by Royal Academy of Engineering. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to http://www.tfpl.com.
 
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Project Team

Hazel Hall
Director of CSI
h.hall@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2760

Associated Publications