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Personal knowledge management for knowledge workers using social semantic technologies

Haklae Kim, John G. Breslin, Stefan Decker, Jaehwa Choi, Honggee Kim
2009 International Journal of Intelligent Information and Database Systems  
Typical personal knowledge management (PKM) systems do not provide effective ways for representing knowledge worker's unstructured knowledge or idea.  ...  creation and maintenance for a knowledge worker.  ...  Introduction The goal of personal knowledge management (PKM) aims to make knowledge workers better at capturing, sharing and using knowledge and maximising their personal effectiveness in the social aspect  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijiids.2009.023036 fatcat:ajnpcdsyrzbkpna6bbjvwf4vjq

Semantic Interfaces for Personal and Social Knowledge Work

Konstantinos Christidis, Niki Papailiou, Dimitris Apostolou, Gregoris Mentzas
2011 International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations  
SPONGE, the resulting system, encapsulates core functionalities that are needed for managing personal information and for seamlessly sharing personal information within knowledge networks.  ...  Semantic technologies play an important role in the development of such tools as they facilitate advanced organization, annotation, navigation, and search capabilities.  ...  We then present SPONGE (Social and Personal Ontology-based Gadgets) -a collection of gadgets that aim at the efficient utilization of semantic technologies for supporting personal information management  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijkbo.2011010104 fatcat:quokhjhf3vendpchfjkd4iw7y4

Educational Knowledge Management Systems Model Based on Web 3.0 Technology

Mohamed M. El Hadi, Ahmed M. Amer
2015 مجلة الجمعیة المصریة لنظم المعلومات وتکنولوجیا الحاسبات  
Web 3.0 tools such as semantic Web, semantic search, semantic social information spaces, Semantic forums, Semantic search, Semantic Wikis are able to effectivelycreate, capture, refine, store, manage,  ...  Elements of knowledge management As indicated in Figure 1 , each of knowledge workers, knowledge processing and knowledge tools elements are interrelated.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jstc.2015.118741 fatcat:j5cfgup77fdrnczxtrkn5la6qm

An Ontology-Based Framework for Modeling User Behavior—A Case Study in Knowledge Management

Liana Razmerita
2011 IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics. Part A. Systems and humans  
The paper discusses some of the implications of ontology-based user modeling for semantic-enhanced Knowledge Management (KM), and in particular for personal KM.  ...  Concrete examples of how OntobUMf is used in the context of a Knowledge Management System (KMS) are provided.  ...  The emergence of Social and Semantic Web technologies has brought new possibilities to interact, communicate, share knowledge, collaborate and manage knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmca.2011.2132712 fatcat:stzl62laozebpaqxzb7tdngfuu

Competences and knowledge: Key-factors in the smart city of the future

2014 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
A distinctive feature of our proposal, supported by the MOMA solution is the adoption of semantic technologies that for instance allows for the discovery of unpredictable paths linking them in the Knowledge  ...  We propose an approach considering the competences as key-factors in the management and valorization of Human Capital and making use of a socio-constructivist learning model, based on the explicit (ontological  ...  As future work, we plan to define, design and develop further applications, based on Semantics and Knowledge, for instance directed toward enabling the participation of citizens in the social life, the  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2014.06.024 fatcat:3s5yr7fejzhcnkkxt6msb5c3bm

Semantic Web Fostering Enterprise 2.0

Nicola Capuano, Matteo Gaeta, Francesco Orciuoli, Pierluigi Ritrovato
2010 2010 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems  
The term Enterprise 2.0 applies to the use of Web 2.0 technologies as a support for business activities within the organizations.  ...  The vision of Enterprise 2.0 places a high value on the importance of social networks inside and outside the organization stimulating flexibility, adaptability and innovation between workers, managers,  ...  single worker) entry point to all tools and data the knowledge workers need.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cisis.2010.54 dblp:conf/cisis/CapuanoGOR10 fatcat:zy44ygala5bfnlz2b7rgxern2i

On-demand Construction of Personalized Learning Experiences Using Semantic Web and Web 2.0 Techniques

Nicola Capuano, Matteo Gaeta, Francesco Orciuoli, Pierluigi Ritrovato
2009 2009 Ninth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies  
In this work, we propose an approach resulted from the convergence between Semantic Web and Social Web to manage, agilely and easily, the contingent learning needs of workers within organizations.  ...  Nowadays, the Semantic Web technologies are exploited also in the e-learning domain in order to provide personalized and adaptive learning experiences, semantic annotation of learning contents and learner  ...  The paper is organized as follows: Section 2 describes the state of the art of systems and approaches that make use of knowledge and semantic technologies for learning; Section 3 presents our approach  ... 
doi:10.1109/icalt.2009.53 dblp:conf/icalt/CapuanoGOR09 fatcat:df6lrcjryffqhlvxguzzmqvepu

Social Software Approach To E-Learning 3.0

Anna Nedyalkova, KrassimirNedyalkov, TeodoraBakardjieva
2013 Zenodo  
In the present paper, we-ll explore how social media tools provide an opportunity for new developments of the e-Learning in the context of managing personal knowledge.  ...  Students- Survey of use of web technologies and social networking tools is presented.  ...  social perspective in the context of managing personal knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1058809 fatcat:xygjf6lls5denmvxthz5pwf2xi

Ask Not What Your SOA Can Do For You — Ask What You Can Do For Your SOA!

Mahesh H. Dodani
2007 Journal of Object Technology  
Intelligent personal environments transform the knowledge workers' complex user environment into a streamlined work experience for doing day-today business.  ...  Most organizations will want to use such semantic wikis to provide a single "source of truth" for the content that can be used consistently across the enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.5381/jot.2007.6.8.c3 fatcat:sb4363gvqvhpze2ix772m6gzoa

Collaborative Tagging Applications and Capabilities in Social Technologies [chapter]

Danel Apse, Tobias Ley
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The potentials of using Collaborative Tagging in Interand Intra-organizational settings for knowledge management and sharing are not well understood at present.  ...  Does collaborative tagging in semantic environment help us better organize knowledge in the EDF Information Systems? Semantics can foster to gain individual knowledge in the community.  ...  The term social bookmarking system often is used interchangeably for such systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37285-8_20 fatcat:vh2adszrjzdyzfdvt2xhjfsdji

From Skills and Competencies to Outcome-based Collaborative Work: Tracking a Decade's Development of Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) Models

Ricky K. F. Cheong, Eric Tsui
2011 Knowledge and Process Management  
It is cleared that PKM is an important aspect in knowledge management but it is also an open question to the researchers that what is the roles and values of PKM in different individual, organisation and  ...  The authors published an innovative paper at Cutter IT Journal (Cheong & Tsui 2010a ) to explore to put PKM in practise with business process management by leveraging the web 2.0 based tools, e.g. social  ...  PKM should not focus on the tools used for personal task management e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.380 fatcat:7wxiqswxgjfrtndpodivq4f3wq

Industrial Challenges In Human-Centred Production

Wolfgang Unzeitig, Martin Wifling, Alexander Stocker, Manfred Rosenberger
2015 Zenodo  
This paper outlines the four industry challenges of the FACTS4WORKER project, personalized augmented operators, worker-centric knowledge management systems, self-learning manufacturing workplaces and in-situ  ...  These four challenges provide the required research framework for developing a smart factory solution consisting of technology building blocks which are combined in a smart way to empower the worker for  ...  The next step consists of a detailed development of several ICT solutions for the introduced challenges which will result in a smart factory solution.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.820998 fatcat:7yqt774o4fdntpwggwmnnsisma

KNOWLEDGE WORKER AS A USER OF INTELLIGENT COLLABORATIVE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

Sabina Katalnikova
2018 SOCIETY INTEGRATION EDUCATION Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference  
This article has a threefold purpose: 1) to analyse the notion of knowledge worker, 2) to highlight its main traits and characteristics, 3) to offer a model of knowledge worker from the standpoint of a  ...  In order to illustrate the proposed model, extended semantic networks were applied and their brief description was given.  ...  It makes continuous tuition of workers one of the priorities of personal management functions in contemporary organisations.  ... 
doi:10.17770/sie2018vol1.3193 fatcat:al6xi2xom5ccvnh2egqbe7qo2u

Social Networks and WEB ontology's as perfect couple for knowledge management tool/system

Florim Idrizi, Uran Ilazi, Florin Asani
2015 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY  
possibilities in using, managing and having all the knowledge "stuffed" in there and using it to benefit of our research?  ...  The social networks have become a main tool of the XXI century for personal presentation and promotion, connectivity with others, belonging to same ideology, area of expertise or culture.  ...  Make the user aware of its personal benefits and the benefits of the society from the structured data of the semantic web in general and its use for knowledge management.  ... 
doi:10.24297/ijct.v14i3.1995 fatcat:47l3yf56kzfhbor2qdseil6smy

Presenting a framework for knowledge management within a web-enabled Living Lab

Lizette De Jager, Albertus A.K. Buitendag, Jacobus S. Van der Walt
2012 South African Journal of Information Management  
Therefore, the researchers presented a framework that uses semantic technologies and the social media to address the problem.Conclusion: The success of the LL approach in developing new web-enabled LLs  ...  Knowledge management (KM) enables organisations to retain tacit knowledge. It has many advantages, like competitiveness, retaining workers' knowledge as corporate assets and assigning value to it.  ...  Acknowledgements Competing interests The authors declare that they have no financial or personal relationship(s) that may have inappropriately influenced them when they wrote this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v14i1.506 fatcat:yx2x3uhvfzh2tor5psne34ycby
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