Archives par mot-clé : Knowledge management

Knowledge Management and Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Libraries: Perils and Solutions in Indian Perspective

« ICT is a great facilitator for Knowledge Management. ICT enables creation of digital repositories for sharing knowledge transcending many limitations. Digital Repository (DR) is one of the components of KM in Libraries. DR of in-house research is becoming a priority … Continuer la lecture

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Common Errors in Ecological Data Sharing Objectives…

Common Errors in Ecological Data Sharing : « Objectives: (1) to identify common errors in data organization and metadata completeness that would preclude a “reader” from being able to interpret and re-use the data for a new purpose; and (2) to … Continuer la lecture

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Academic Administrator Influence on Institutional Commitment to Open…

Academic Administrator Influence on Institutional Commitment to Open Access of Scholarly Research : « This quantitative study investigated the interrelationships among faculty researchers, publishers, librarians, and academic administrators when dealing with the open access of scholarly research. This study sought to … Continuer la lecture

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Repositioning academic repositories for better management through open…

Repositioning academic repositories for better management through open access : « This is a literature-based opinion paper which examines how digital technology through Open Access has changed the way knowledge that was hitherto hard to find and expensive is finding its … Continuer la lecture

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Author Co Citation Analysis ACA a powerful tool…

Author Co-Citation Analysis (ACA): a powerful tool for representing implicit knowledge of scholar knowledge workers : « In the last decade, knowledge has emerged as one of the most important and valuable organizational assets. Gradually this importance caused to emergence of … Continuer la lecture

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Scientists, Philosophers, and Knowledge …

Scientists, Philosophers, and Knowledge Managers, Oh My!: The Use of Philosopher of Science Michael Polanyi’s Ideas in the Literature of the Knowledge Management Movement : « This paper asks and attempts to answer the following questions in the order they appear: … Continuer la lecture

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