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Chapter 2 | The Practice of Learning History: Local and Open System Approaches

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The Practice of Learning History: Local and Open System Approaches
Hilary BradburyGeorge RothMargaret Gearty

‘Learning history’ is an action research practice. The goal of a learning history is to capture and share what an innovating group has learned. Originally a form of organizational knowledge management, increasingly we see learning histories being applied in support of social and environmental change initiatives. The process involves convening salient stakeholders, i.e. those participants with a stake in the change underway, and facilitating reflection aimed at enabling a future they desire. Uniquely the learning ...

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