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A new institutional reading of knowledge management technology adoption

Carlo Rizzi, Diego Ponte, Matteo Bonifacio
2009 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Since e-commerce is still a relatively new phenomenon in B&H, our goal was to collect enough information and measure those patterns in order to understand how consumers connect with the new technology.  ...  Each of these e-commerce "generalities" is compared to the information achieved as a result of collected surveys whose respondents are from different regions of Bosnia & Herzegovina.  ...  The consequences may be the requirement for more flexibility and adaptability, new channels of knowledge circulation and human interactivity in the workplace, and redefinition of worker functions and skills  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270910971842 fatcat:2g33tvokxffx3antk33chijiy4

The Challenges of Adopting M-Learning Assistive Technologies for Visually Impaired Learners in Higher Learning Institution in Tanzania

Juliana Samuel Kamaghe, Edith Talina Luhanga, Michael Kisangiri
2020 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
Also, knowledge, accessibility of Assistive technology and affordability can hinder the adoption of m-learning in Higher Learning Institutions  ...  We found that 67% of respondents did not have knowledge of m-learning assistive technologies, and their technology barriers for visually impaired students.  ...  By having smart devices with assistive technology capacities will enable visually impaired students M-learning is the new technology in Tanzania and some of higher learning institution is trying to implement  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v15i01.11453 fatcat:jbfiu5jfj5dk5pkmnj35fmptxe

Cloud Computing Adoption at Higher Education Institutions in Developing Countries: A Qualitative Investigation of Main Enablers and Barriers

M. Odeh, A. Garcia-Perez, K. Warwick
2017 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
However, despite the comprehensive literature, there is still limited studies related to the applied factors that influence the adoption of cloud technology at higher education institutions.  ...  A fieldwork study for collecting data has been conducted at higher education institutions in the kingdom of Jordan.  ...  Though cloud computing is a new technology, especially in developing nations, further studies in this domain would help academic institutions to understand the benefits, weaknesses, and challenges of adopting  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijiet.2017.7.12.996 fatcat:wdvdm3rr7vhhtb6pzpxj5j3ctu

Industry 4.0 Management: Preliminary Design Implications

R. Castagnoli, J. Stal-Le Cardinal, G. Büchil, M. Cugno
2022 Proceedings of the Design Society  
The results shows that these research questions require a design approach to innovate not only adopting technologies but reinventing the business practices.  ...  For this reason, the study explores, through a literature review, whether and how design theory may be a supporting theory to manage Industry 4.0 adoption and implementation to maximise the opportunities  ...  to the certification of the use of incentives of the National Plans in support to Industry 4.0 adoption Lack of an approach 4.0 in the firms' management Lack of cultural support from institutions to adopt  ... 
doi:10.1017/pds.2022.13 fatcat:rvunptdhavakni3aihda42np4u

An Appraisal of the Effects of Technological Changes and Development on Learners in Higher Education

R. Babatunde Oyinade, Ifedayo Daramola
2013 Oman Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review  
Technological developments continue to offer new experiences in both theory and practice of learning, teaching and growing for those in higher education.  ...  Through a comprehensive analysis, this paper will look at the effects of educational technology in higher education.  ...  Training: The adoption and implementation of new technologies, particularly ones that are complex and extensive in scope demand that users acquire new knowledge and skills.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0002352 fatcat:fdjuglecvnae3bpgnwr6evk3qy

Structuring institutions to exploit learning technologies: A cybernetic model

Oleg Liber
1998 Research in Learning Technology  
The adoption of learning technologies has not fulfilled expectation in any sector of education. Arguably, it is the structure of educational institutions which is the main obstacle.  ...  These permit a particular style of education to take place, but result in a system where the complexity of learning needs is ignored New technologies can provide new organizational devices that recognize  ...  Redesign of these structures is needed if the promise of new learning technologies is to be realized, along with the development of new technological tools for the management of learning.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0968776980060103 fatcat:irh6o4hkrjd3hlinu2fq5xkgyy

Assessing Moodle as Learning Management System Platform for English Course Based TOEFL
English

Irfan Syamsuddin, Ali min
2014 International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology  
This paper reports a research in progress of an academic effort to adopt TOEFL materials into English course for vocational education particularly at State Polytechnic of Ujung Pandang.  ...  During the last five years, open source Learning Management Systems called Moodle has been used in the institution as a platform to deliver several science and engineering related courses in blended learning  ...  The new course adopts TOEFL materials to enrich students skills.  ... 
doi:10.14445/22312803/ijctt-v18p158 fatcat:p72ekc4hqjggrat55z2shx4qye

E-learning and Knowledge Management: Bridging Technological Gaps Can Bridge Knowledge Gaps in Ghanaian Universities

Joy Okah, Victor Teye, Charles Shoniregun
2011 Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal  
E-learning has become a necessary tool in the developmental agenda of every progressive institution for an effective delivery of the knowledge management system.  ...  of knowledge management in their institutions.  ...  The second kind of knowledge is the knowledge about technology and the concept of a gap is referred for the purpose of this research as a technological gap.  ... 
doi:10.20533/licej.2040.2589.2011.0074 fatcat:brrwhasakjgpjmxlq5x3fy7mz4

INNOVATION DIFFUSION IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Oksana IVANTSOVA
2020 Humanities science current issues  
It promotes knowledge and understanding of project management within the institution's contexts.  ...  Due to these changes, project management has become a critical tool for institutions and therefore adaptation of this discipline in the context is a matter of the highest priority in current educational  ...  At times, the decision to adopt or discard a new idea or technology is not final.  ... 
doi:10.24919/2308-4863.3/31.214119 fatcat:yywbg57y2rbipgbvfdb3kemxfu

Editorial

José Edson Lara
2017 Revista Gestão & Tecnologia  
Its conclusion allowed to demonstrate that the issues related to the practices and the management of projects adopted by the studied institutions contribute to the improvement of IT governance, and portfolio  ...  In the context of a prognosis of its many benefits, this new modality of academic formation presents the potential to effect some evolutions in the production, and consequently in the diffusion of new  ... 
doi:10.20397/2177-6652/2017.v17i1.1142 fatcat:hpzhufimcbctpejezolh5awvtu

An Investigation on the Current Situation of Museum Reading Promotion and Its Enlightenment to the Library

Feng XUE, Li-xin ZHANG, Xin-yu WANG
2021 DEStech Transactions on Economics Business and Management  
The museum is an important institution for preserving human cultural heritage and inheriting cultural knowledge. Its reading promotion has a deeper cultural heritage and richer cultural connotations.  ...  The survey focuses on the characteristics of reading promotion in museums and provides references for reading promotion in libraries.  ...  social education, reading promotion.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtem/eeim2020/35229 fatcat:g2ren4nqhzhbffvsyar6yjz2ji

Utilization of Social Media Platforms among Information Science Students at University of Kabianga

Geoffrey Maweu, Omondi Aguok Yudah
2020 OALib  
The respondents comprised of 103 students in the University of Kabianga, school of information science and knowledge management.  ...  This study seeks to address the research problem; the university management has endeavored in connecting the institutions with the outside world through developing information communication and technological  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1106090 fatcat:2cp4fxra4zcllmwpnwyhoivxge

Innovation in Education: Utilization and Employment of e-Books in Philippine Educational Institutions

Teresa Paula S. De Luna
2015 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
In the Philippines, three varying utilization and employment strategies by early-adopting educational institutions are dramatized and examined as a rhetorical situation using Pentad analysis.  ...  E-book technology is transforming the publishing industry and impacting education globally.  ...  A. The Scene to Act It was in 2012 when a number of educational institutions started to adapt to technological changes directly affecting our culture of the -act of reading‖.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijiet.2015.v5.514 fatcat:6jtocuzxrvg63bxt62cp6fhzmm

Boundaries of Socio-Technical Systems and IT for Knowledge Development in Military Environments

Gil-Ad Ariely
2011 International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD)  
The author argues for a socio-technical analysis before, during, and after adoption of new systems, especially those relating to knowledge development, reviewing boundaries created.  ...  The author addresses risks for creative knowledge creation by too-early adoption of information technology and the effects on socio-technical systems and sense-making.  ...  The paper argues for socio-technical analysis before, during, and after adoption of new systems, especially those relating to knowledge development and reviewing the dimension of boundaries created.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jskd.2011070101 fatcat:icpbyd2bxjchzjvr5frwidztpy

A Temporal Model of Institutional Interventions for Information Technology Adoption in Less-Developed Countries

Ramiro Montealegre
1999 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1977. 16. Galbraith, J.R. A change process for the introduction of management information systems: a successful case.  ...  Knowledge deployment involves institutional actions that stimulate the dissem- ination of new knowledge, either in the form of knowledgeable individuals and institutions, or in the form of archives and  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1999.11518240 fatcat:qj3h2n3jtnbvtgfgmph3mi6wuu
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