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Dear Socnet Members,
I am a visiting lecturer at a business school in Germany. I have taught
full-term courses on networks and technology in business, but I have just
had a request to do a 'practicum' course purely on Social Networks for
Business for part-time students who have classes only on weekends, as they
are working. The problem is that I have two full-day slots scheduled five
weeks apart that they'd like me to fill.
I am used to doing full-day, multi-day courses, but this one is tricky. If
it were a standard intro to or workshop in SN analysis, that would be OK,
but this one is about networks in business applications. Aside from my own,
I know of several other full-term courses on SNs in business, but I can't
get my mind around how to manage these two full-day sessions, separated by
five weeks. I'm thinking of teaching them the basics (what are SNs, the
enabling technology, etc.) on the first day and having them form networks to
be discussed, debated, or otherwise analyzed in the second day, five weeks
later. But I'm stuck there.
So I'm using one of my own networks (you guys) to find inspiration in
whatever form might be useful.
Any help greatly appreciated,
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