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Distinguishing knowledge-sharing, knowledge-construction, and knowledge-creation discourses

Jan van Aalst
2009 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
Of the other groups, one engaged in a knowledge-sharing discourse and the discourses of other two groups were hybrids of all three modes.  ...  The findings indicate that the group with the best summary note was involved in a threshold knowledge-creation discourse.  ...  Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-009-9069-5 pmid:32214914 pmcid:PMC7088907 fatcat:np3edrseqnchxghrpsqyc7ucyi

Stimulating knowledge discovery and sharing

A. Agostini, S. Albolino, G. De Michelis, F. De Paoli, R. Dondi
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work - GROUP '03  
; and the need of cluing together knowledge associated with any kind of involved entity including people, communities, and informal knowledge.  ...  Most of the available knowledge management systems pay little attention to two important aspects: the need of supporting emerging communities of interest together with the official organizational structure  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The work presented in this paper has been partially founded by the European IST Project n.  ... 
doi:10.1145/958160.958199 dblp:conf/group/AgostiniAMPD03 fatcat:4cgl4axc2zg65mkjzdyhm7pwe4

Ontologies and knowledge sharing in urban GIS

F.T Fonseca, M.J Egenhofer, C.A Davis, K.A.V Borges
2000 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
to share knowledge and data.  ...  We analyze the urban environment from the ontologists' point of view and make some inferences about the relationship between knowledge and data sharing, and the theory of bona fide and fiat objects.  ...  In this section we review work that deals with the use of ontology in the development of information systems, with knowledge sharing, and with ontology-related system architectures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0198-9715(00)00004-1 fatcat:txmbdtsq3bd7tp2vgfj6ebm36m

Intranet Supported Knowledge Sharing Behavior

Mohamad Masrek, Hasnah Rahim, Rusnah Johare, Yanti Rambli
2011 Journal of Organizational Knolwedge Management  
The findings suggest that there is a significant difference in terms of knowledge sharing behavior across demographic profiles.  ...  While most corporate organizations in Malaysia have implemented intranet or portal, questions regarding users' utilization behavior for the purpose of knowledge sharing still remain unanswered.  ...  When users engaged in collaborative work with peers that share their objectives and understand their vocabulary, the common context for knowledge sharing would then exist.  ... 
doi:10.5171/2011.802263 fatcat:23gh24natfgzlm7mxcte5g3jsa

Knowledge Sharing Across Culture—Critical Review

Jing Liu, Lifeng Yang
2021 DEStech Transactions on Computer Science and Engineering  
Then, the effectiveness of knowledge sharing needs both cultural understanding and new considerations in the knowledge transfer of intercultural organizations.  ...  This paper reviews some critical literatures and identifies the influence of different dimensions of culture on knowledge transfer and sharing in different types of knowledge.  ...  The conceptual framework combines the necessary elements of the organization to start or stop the process of knowledge production and sharing being the managers the key element in overcoming cultural barriers  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtcse/ccnt2020/35445 fatcat:frpwyjuqpzbcnfbymhckzf4lb4

A Framework for Experience Sharing Through Contextual Tagging

Grégory Bourguin, Arnaud Lewandowski
2017 Proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management  
The web is a knowledge-sharing place where many tools allow people to share their own experience about the resources they use.  ...  Most of these tools involve a tagging system. Tags can help in navigating through shared knowledge, but tags also carry semantics that can help in understanding it.  ...  INTRODUCTION The web is a knowledge-sharing place where many tools allow people to share their own experience about the resources they use.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006509502050211 dblp:conf/ic3k/BourguinL17 fatcat:blewgugjy5ftdbrllakcyeyywm

From knowledge sharing to collaborative decision making

Pierre Emmanuel Arduin, Michel Grundstein, Camille Rosenthal Sabroux
2013 International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences  
Bridging Knowledge Management and Collaborative Decision Making has been a means to reinforce the ability of the stakeholders to actually retain knowledge and to easily elaborate a consensus, the starting  ...  This approach is based on the assumption that sharing and disseminating knowledge are two key factors for actually getting knowledge retention.  ...  Sharing the same knowledge and abilities to interpret, they will share more affinities. They will find a consensus easily, starting point of collaborative decision making.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijids.2013.055927 fatcat:z43povzrfvfbnben3rmbb3s7jy

Visual ontology alignment for knowledge sharing and reuse

Monika Lanzenberger, Jennifer J. Sampson, Markus Rester, Yannick Naudet, Thibaud Latour, Militiadis Lytras
2008 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Purpose -By providing interoperability users can be supported in sharing and reusing vocabularies and knowledge.  ...  The neighborhood of the entity under investigation bears relevant semantic information. Therefore, assessment may include crisscrossing acquisition of knowledge representations and their semantics.  ...  By providing interoperability we can support users in sharing and reusing vocabularies and knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270810913658 fatcat:edqt6fwq5jczrngdiuaflhi3gu

A knowledge grid model and platform for global knowledge sharing

H Zhuge
2002 Expert systems with applications  
The model enables people to conveniently share knowledge with each other when they work on the Internet.  ...  knowledge from the open knowledge of all the knowledge grids.  ...  Acknowledgements The author thanks Professor G. Li and Professor Z. Xu for their supports of various aspects in setting up the Knowledge Grid research group.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0957-4174(02)00019-2 fatcat:6a3m5tjak5c5vhu3sa3lqsbbji

Climbing the FAIR Data Mountain: Librarians as Knowledge Sharing Mountaineers

W. Christopher Lenhardt, Caroline Coward, Christopher Erdmann, Natalie Meyers, Samantha Teplitzky
2021 Zenodo  
The starting point is the observation that the originators of the FAIR concept point out that a 'little FAIR' may go a long way towards achieving FAIR aspirations.  ...  This poster outlines how creators of scientific data can and should work with librarians to make their data FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable).  ...  . 50 • "Partly FAIR may be fair enough" p. 52 Planning the Ascent: Assessing FAIR Data Range of Intersecting Goals Among the Stakeholders • Increase the impact of your research • Share research, make  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5786553 fatcat:xi6ec7yjpvb5ff6avqxvicnmwe

Knowledgeable development environments using shared design models

Robert Neches, Jim Foley, Pedro Szekely, Piyawadee Sukaviriya, Ping Luo, Srdjan Kovacevic, Scott Hudson
1993 Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '93  
The MASTERMIND approach is intended to provide integration and continuity across the entire life cycle of the user interface.  ...  MASTERMIND is an open framework, in which the design knowledge base allows multiple tools to come into play and makes knowledge created by each tool accessible to the others.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The research reported in this paper was supported by DARPA through Contract Numbers NCC 2-719 and N00174-91-0015 at ISI, and by grants from SUN, Siemens, and the State of Georgia at Georgia  ... 
doi:10.1145/169891.169901 dblp:conf/iui/NechesFSSLKH93 fatcat:5yiwoid3lng3xjqrg5l7vgkzli

A Lightweight Approach for Knowledge Sharing in Distributed Software Teams [chapter]

Walid Maalej, Hans-Jörg Happel
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Integrated semantic search and recommendation fosters knowledge access and sharing.  ...  In collocated software development teams, informal communication is the key enabler for sharing knowledge.  ...  This enables to match shared knowledge with the situation of potential consumers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89447-6_4 fatcat:fnej6okrcjbora73jvx2wjecsm

Fine-Grained Knowledge Sharing in Collaborative Environments

Ziyu Guan, Shengqi Yang, Huan Sun, Mudhakar Srivatsa, Xifeng Yan
2015 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
When it is integrated with expert search, the search accuracy improves significantly, in comparison with applying the classic expert search method directly on Web surfing data.  ...  Finally, the classic expert search method is applied to the mined results to find proper members for knowledge sharing.  ...  The views and conclusions contained herein are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of the Army Research Laboratory or  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2015.2411283 fatcat:gy2jzspg6zhnjjeca5aw3ywpbu

Activity Theory Ontology for Knowledge Sharing in E-health

Guohua Bai, Yang Guo
2010 2010 International Forum on Information Technology and Applications  
Ontology is "a specific artefact designed with the purpose of expressing the intended meaning of a shared vocabulary", "a shared vocabulary plus a specification of its intended meaning" or "a specification  ...  A shared ontology may be a necessity to start with this strategy. Ontology, from technological aspect, is "an explicit machine-readable specification of a shared conceptualization" [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/ifita.2010.97 fatcat:dlpcxe43kver5ie66jyargd2ra

Ontology-Based Knowledge Management Tools for Knowledge Sharing in Organization—A Review

Mohamad Amin Osman, Shahrul Azman Mohd Noah, Saidah Saad
2022 IEEE Access  
Previous reviews have mainly focused on general KM issues, with little emphasis on the use of ontology in knowledge sharing.  ...  Knowledge management (KM) comprises several processes, and one of the most important is the knowledge sharing activities.  ...  There are five stages in the knowledge sharing and decision-making workflow. The process starts with each decision-maker specifying their decision model (elements).  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3163758 fatcat:pg4etqfj2jeanpj5u4gsth75oi
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