Online community can effectively share information and create value to the group. This is an interesting example to demonstrate. The shop owner created the community originally to share and update some digital knowledge, and ultimately intended to promote their shop. It then served the purpose to share crime information to their followers and successfully identified the thief with the help from other community members.
This inspires me that communities of practice is supposed to focus on a defined subject to share and discuss. When common interest arises, this can be extended to other topics.
— Angela Tsui (@at108hk) February 17, 2017
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February 17, 2017 at 10:30AM