Who said blog stats are not useful?
Tracking back a logged visit to eme ká eme, guess what I just found: the Course on Virtual Communities at the Red Virtual de Tutores de Colombia. Starring Nancy White and John Smith, plus several local professors. They’re using Moodle, they’re halfway through the course… and you can sit in by logging as an anonymous Guest :-). Better still, it’s half in English and half in Spanish (or almost) so nobody will miss everything.
If the RVT plans to keep the resource open, it will be a good link to have.
[Updated: just found where the link came from. They seem to have used Macuarium as part of the discussion. Hmm, honoured, to be sure :-). Still comparing the social part of a CoP with the whole of a learning system is a bit… lopsided. To be meaningful they’d have to have a look at the technical part – the Foros Temáticos, which is where the «practice» is].
I am glad you found this open door, I will share it with the site administrator. If you are interested, I could give you login and password to the study group, it would be an honor to have you as our guest. I would like to know more about leadership in Macquarium, as well as about incentives for online facilitators. Cycle four is about Leadershio in Online Communities.
I’m afraid I’ve been mostly offline since mid December :-), and missed the reply. I’d be honoured to share whatever may be of interest, of course.