25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- OHL is establishing a Community of Practice (CoP) platform to encourage collaborations, learning opportunities, discussions, and events for the middle Tennessee transportation industry in partnership with the local Nashville Project Management Institute (PMI) chapter.
What does COP stand for?
COP stands for Community of Practice
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 351 other meanings of COP in our Acronym Attic
- Committee on Personnel
- Committee on Publications (various organizations)
- Common On-Chip Processor
- Common Operating Picture
- Common Operational Picture
- Common Outage Probability
- Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (also seen as COPA)
- Communication on Progress (public disclosure report)
- Communication Order Process
- Communication Output Printer
Samples in periodicals archive:
A community of practice provides a forum through which members can meet and exchange ideas and form support networks.
An eXtension community of practice is a virtual network of faculty, professional and para-professional staff, county and regional educators, industry experts and federal government representatives with expertise in a given subject matter--cooperatives, in this case.
Specific topics include: teacher-centered professional development, veteran teachers as leaders of communities of practice, technological and instructional philosophy, and the sustaining of a community of practice.
Browse the Emergency Response Community of Practice at <https://acc.
A Community of Practice centered on this issue and topic would have given an instant collaborative environment for members to share information and stay current with all the rapid changes.
The second part of the edition pertains to a set of research articles that is not specific to any one area of CoPs, but could form the basis of a research discussion in the Acquisition Research Community of Practice (ARCOP).
But if a facilitator emerges, the same community of practice can start again.