These are examples of valuable online learning communities. Individuals in these groups have common interest and everyone is welcome to share knowledge, ask questions and respond to others.
Camtasia Conversations for Windows
Camtasia for Windows Forum
CAMTASIA CONVERSATIONs for mac
Camtasia for Mac Forum
CREATIVE CLOUD COMMUNITY FORUMS
FLIPPED LEARNING COMMUNITY
A professional learning community for educators using flipped learning
COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE FOR OPEN EDUCATION
Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
CCCOER is a growing consortium of community and technical colleges committed to expanding access to education and increasing student success through adoption of open educational policy, practices, and resources. Our activities support this dynamic community with information, resources, news, projects and building connections.
The Rebus Community is a non-profit organization developing a new, collaborative process for publishing open textbooks, and associated content. Rebus is building tools and resources to support open textbook publishing, and to bring together a community of faculty, librarians, students and others working with open textbooks around the world.
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