Monthly Archives: January 2013
Akkerman, S. F., and Bakker, A. (2011). Boundary Crossing and Boundary Objects. Review of Educational Research, 81(2), 132-169.
This is a review of boundary object and boundary crossing literature. Boundaries are becoming more explicit and an important area of research due to increased specialization (for example, companies focus only on their core competence and outsource others). For me … Continue reading
Whyte et al. (2008) Visualizing Knowledge in Project-Based Work, Long Range Planning, 41 (1), pp. 74-92
My interest in reading this paper was in the way of using boundary objects. Paper looks at visual representations and state that they have the particular characteristic of being made with intention of conveying meaning. If I think about the … Continue reading