Live versions of these COERs as accredited modules in an International Masters Degree on Assets Based Interprofessional Working with Communities coming soon!
The purpose of the resource
The purpose of this collaborative educational resource is to share and promote innovative assets based practice between professionals and practitioners. Furthermore, this resource seeks to provide you with the ability to reflect upon important aspects of partnership and networking in your organisation and generally. This should help you identify existing strengths in your organisation and also point to new beneficial partnerships. If you are not part of an organisation, the resource will still provide useful knowledge about how to work with partnerships and with networking more generally. Furthermore, the purpose is to provide you with an understanding of how social capital supports sustainable partnerships and community development. The 'Assets based Collaborative Open Educational Resources' have been created through a collaborative process that we would like to extend to all interested users.
What you will get from working through this resource
By working with this resource you will study asset-based organisations and how they are structured in terms of partnership and networking. You will see how different aspects of these structures provides strengths and limitations and consider how this influence the projects. Furthermore, you will get a thorough understanding of resource-based partnership models and the influence of social capital on both an intra- and extra- organizational level and in regard to the target group of the project.
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