An Overview of the Network: PART II. Mary Beth Johnson and Melanie Adkins. What does it mean to be a Network?. Net`work [net wurk]: ( Noun)
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Mary Beth Johnson and Melanie Adkins
Net`work [net wurk]:
System of people or things: a large and widely distributed group of people or things such as stores, colleges, or churches that communicate with one another and work together as a unit or system
Broadcasting affiliates: broadcasting a group of radio or television station affiliates with a core of programs that they all broadcast at the same time, with local or regional variations at other times
1. maintain relationships with people: to build up or maintain informal relationships, especially with people whose friendship could bring advantages such as job or business opportunities
What types of Networks have you been involved in?
What makes it a Network?
Think about ways to take advantage of resources in this Network..
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Technology Transfer and Systems Change
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