Community of Practice (CoP)
A Community of Practice is a group of people who share an interest, a craft and/or profession. They can exist online or in physical spaces, such as office or factories.
The online equivalent of a traditional message or bulletin board, where people can post thoughts and ideas on a particular topic and read and respond to other posts.
Much like bookmarking a page in a book, social bookmarking is a way of bookmarking web pages that be saved privately, or shared with other people. Social bookmarking tools include Delicious and Diigo.
Web-based tools to assist people share information with each other. Examples include social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter; blogging tools such as Blogger and Wordpress; wikis; and social bookmarking tools such as Delicious and Diigo. These tools are also known as Web 2.0.
A group of people that use one or more web-based services to create a community in which they can share information, knowledge and experience.
Website that allows the easy creation and personal editing of any number of interlinked web pages. Wikipedia is a good example - an encyclopedia of just about anything and everything, which can be edited and added to by the general public under moderation.