Learning Societies, Learning Organisations, and Learning
GETTING INVOLVED IN THE DISCUSSION
Normally you would see the full article displayed here in a wiki/HTML format, however, this particular article is currently awaiting conversion. You can still view the article from the link below or view any of the discussion that may have already begun by clicking on the Discussion Tab at the top of the screen.
If you wish to join in the discussion yourself you must first be a Registered User and have logged in. If you are not a Registered User and would like to comment please go to the User Registration page to find out how you can get involved.
Once you are a Registered User you may then cick on the + Tab you will find on the top of the Discussion page for this article to start a new "Thread of Discussion" or add an additional comment to an existing one. Please indent your comments from others by adding a series of colons at the begining of your comment to make your point distinct from other contributors’ comments.
As the article is not yet converted to a wiki/HTML format you can copy text from the pdf version of the article by highlighting the text you wish to copy and then pasting it into the edit box when you are creating your commment. Please only copy the text you feel necessary to make your comment clear as the whole article will be converted and added to the discussion page in due course.
At the end of your comment sign and date it by entering --~~~~ or by clicking the signature button which is in the wiki toolar at the top of the edit panel. This will insert your signature, date and time at the end of your comment. This will help other readers follow the sequence of discussion and "who is saying what".
If you would like more information please visit the How to comment page.