An interaction between social communities or activity systems which often enables reciprocal enrichment or transformation of social practices in general, and knowledge practices in particular. While participants are not usually aware of their routine knowledge-related activities, access to other community’s practices is likely to improve self-reflectiveness. Such access allows imitation and exploration of novel ways of collective working. Compare Hybridization and Symmetric knowledge advancement.

See also Horizontal cross fertilization, Vertical cross fertilization, Design principles of trialogical learning.

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