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The Seven Cs of Social Learning: How Social Learning Technologies Can Meet Today’s Business Challenges

Source: SumTotal Systems
Social learning can be classified as any type of learning where a person learns vicariously through observations of, or interactions with, others. Useful social technologies enable providers and users to navigate what is now called the “seven Cs”: content, consumption, contribution, conversation, collaboration, connections, and control, while remaining meaningful to the workflow of the business.


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