Collective learning

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Definition
‘The process through which different actors develop a collective mind which concerns how they use their own network and interactions as culture-based contextual conditions for everyday learning processes including opportunities to use their concrete experiences, knowledge, and skills. It involves horizontally based cooperation between different actors in a local or organizational setting or the mobilization of resources in a broader context as such to initiate a learning-based process of innovation and change’ (IGI Global, n.d.).

References
IGI Global. n.d. ‘What is Collective Learning’. In: IGI Global Disseminator of Knowledge. Accessed 23 April 2018: https://www.igi-global.com/dictionary/learning-tool-regional-development/4486

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