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A strategy‐based ontology of knowledge management technologies

Andre Saito, Katsuhiro Umemoto, Mitsuru Ikeda
2007 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Design/methodology/approach -This study employed an ontology development method to describe the relations between technology, KM and strategy, and to categorize available KM technologies according to those  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to distinguish and describe knowledge management (KM) technologies according to their support for strategy.  ...  The main theoretical contribution of this study is an ontological framework linking technologies, KM and strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270710728268 fatcat:xw4lzh2kozgf7gnf2h4cajf2va

Academic libraries and open access strategies [chapter]

C. Sean Burns
2014 Advances in Library Administration and Organization  
seeking and retrieval process.  ...  to changing scholarly information seeking and collecting practices.  ...  The overall goal of this project is to understand the implications that researchers' information seeking, retrieving, and collecting practices have on academic libraries.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s0732-0671(2014)0000032003 fatcat:c637k4fnkrd53mtsa5mlci2iei

Research Methodology Strategies in Strategic Management

José G. Vargas-Hernández
2012 JPAIR Multidisciplinary Research  
and evaluate research tools, data and information resources.  ...  This paper review and examine how strategic management researchers apply research methods, and what strategies use as part of the research process, to locate, organize, manage, transform, create, communicate  ...  Levy (1988) used a single-case design based on exploratory and explanatory methodology strategies to conduct an indepth case study of the pace of acquisition of information technology at the University  ... 
doi:10.7719/jpair.v7i1.163 fatcat:orz7oigzj5cfphl4kluml5l4me

Libraries and General Education: New Strategies to Enhance Freshman Orientation, Faculty Collaboration, and Curriculum Development

Carl R. Andrews
2012 International Journal of Learning  
It is imperative of us to adapt to the changing ways in which students interpret, process, and evaluate information.  ...  This involves embracing Web 2.0 and the social networking tools that students are using.  ...  and outside of Web ing tools.  ... 
doi:10.18848/1447-9494/cgp/v18i05/47609 fatcat:orf56uzvhnesjkv76wif6cj7pu

Self-regulation strategies in blended learning environments in higher education: A systematic review

Jan Hein Eggers, Ron Oostdam, Joke Voogt
2021 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
To facilitate self-regulation strategies non-human student tool interactional methods were most commonly used, followed by a mix of human student-teacher and non-human student content and student environment  ...  Based on an analysis of literature, we identified four types of strategies: cognitive, metacognitive, motivational and management.  ...  Method Search design We conducted an extensive literature review to identify and retrieve empirical studies relevant to answering the research questions.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.6453 fatcat:62uw4lxobng7rptjiqidvavf5u

Adaptive Search Support for Information Seeking Stages

Hugo C. Huurdeman
2015 Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries  
It discusses the theoretical implications of multistage information seeking models for the design of search systems.  ...  The understanding on both the theoretical and practical level are used to design and evaluate multistage search systems, firstly in a general Web search setting, and secondly in a Web archive search setting  ...  Acknowledgments We gratefully acknowledge the feedback received at the doctoral consortium of the 2014 ACM/IEEE Digital Libraries conference, and are thankful for the received travel support grant.  ... 
dblp:journals/tcdl/Huurdeman15 fatcat:hopnyxjnhjclrecgopmwdh6bsa

Policy strategies for value-based technology standards

Amelia Andersdotter, Lukasz Olejnik
2021 Internet Policy Review  
that may lead to a positive influence on the development and adoption of technology standards that bring benefit to users.  ...  The influence of the work overseen by non-formal, industry-driven standards bodies including the W3C, the IETF or the IEEE is increasingly acknowledged as having both direct and indirect impacts on societies  ...  The values list is up to date as of the retrieval date of 26 July 2021.  ... 
doi:10.14763/2021.3.1573 fatcat:qacsgtnrnnc5lmhy5g6vtvfbsq

Effects of contrast reduction on reading strategies of young and older adults

T.L. Mitzner, W. Rogers
2002 Gerontechnology  
These findings have implications for the design guidelines for these types of systems.  ...  An "aware" home can provide support in numerous ways including: alerting the person to an emergency or hazardous situation (e.g., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term  ...  Information search and retrieval on the World Wide Web is an example of a complex problem solving task.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002. fatcat:7ya22dsrh5blhok66q5d6ff3xy

Strategies for Building Digitized Collections

Abby Smith
2002 Microform and Imaging Review  
Every library, regardless of size or mission, will need to determine for itself how and when digitization will move from being an experiment to becoming a collection-development strategy that is well integrated  ...  This paper reviews existing selection practices in libraries, identifies selection policies and best practices where they exist, and discusses the long-term implications of the opportunities and constraints  ...  Acknowledgments This report would not have been possible without the cooperation of the six libraries that opened their doors to me, invited my direct questions, and answered them frankly and with great  ... 
doi:10.1515/mfir.2002.8 fatcat:ohhtpv5wlnhehki5rzbnqoe4um

Operations-Based Strategy

Robert H. Hayes, David M. Upton
1998 California Management Review  
The important implication for company leaders: companies that fail to exploit fully the -stra.tegic^wer of,ogerations will be both hampered in tbeir own attacks and vulnerable to those of coirip"etitors  ...  S trategic planning tends to be thought of as a high-level game of chess: S^'^^an3~plan"~is.formulated in the executive suite, and then the implementation of the different moves (the "easy part" of tbe  ...  Again using ACC's response as an example, it was very clear to them that one of the keys to DJC's low costs was its strategy of operating its manufacturing facility close to its theoretical capacity (three  ... 
doi:10.2307/41165962 fatcat:wyf4l26vrfetjbgcmfhyokmiku

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as a dynamic online promotion technique: The implications of activity theory for promotion managers

George S. Spais
2010 Innovative Marketing  
The literature review and the case study analysis findings indeed revealed very new constructs and established an initial understanding of the constructs and their relationship to other constructs regarding  ...  Our organized literature review has led us to an initial judgmental sample of fifty-five (55) published research works (selected at the first stage of the literature review), in order to be scanned and  ...  implications for those designing and marketing web sites.  ... 
doaj:7b346865134d44a89046e09ec69234b6 fatcat:pzk62vznvvgudk47ikgwmcq5om

Educating physicians in evidence based medicine: current practices and curricular strategies

Lauren A. Maggio
2016 Perspectives on Medical Education  
In some cases, an individual mentioned using both PubMed and UpToDate to satisfy an information need.  ...  UpToDate alone is not sufficient to support information-seeking in patient care.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40037-016-0301-5 pmid:27783226 pmcid:PMC5122510 fatcat:dbwvtlcedjeyhgwtdccm3na5yi

AIE volume 11 issue 3 Back matter

1997 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
At long last, social scientists are applying the methods of systematic observation and testing to some of the most troubling questions of the modern era, questions about the kind of people we've become  ...  It presents a novel approach to the subject, rich in examples, and is theoretically systematic but practical.  ...  Information Seeking in Electronic Environments Michael Jenkin and Laurence Harris, EditorsBoth the biological and computational communities have had to address the task of designing or inferring visual  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060400003097 fatcat:evwmiyp6wzc5zkuuv4k4n5fx3i

E-Learners' Challenges and Coping Strategies in Interactive and Collaborative e-Learning in Kenya

Rachael Njeri Kibuku, Daniel Orwa Ochieng, Agnes Nduku Wausi
2020 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
Data was analyzed thematically to establish the patterns of challenges and the equivalent coping strategies.  ...  An understanding of these challenges is important to the e-learning players so that they can adopt interventions to mitigate them and hence improve interaction and collaboration.  ...  Acknowledgements The researcher acknowledges the research grant by KCA University and the National Research Fund (NRF) Kenya.  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v8i11.5004 fatcat:7pgeib2lmrbefjaxobhk5ghtnm

Natural hazard mitigation strategies review: Actor–network theory and the eco-based approach understanding in Zimbabwe

Anyway Katanha, Danny Simatele
2019 Jàmbá : Journal of Disaster Risk Studies  
It demonstrates how the actor–network theory (ANT) theoretical framework can be applicable to Muzarabani in Zimbabwe as a tool for analysing and elaborating hazard mitigation strategies.  ...  This paper presents the literature reviewed on the evolution of the natural hazard mitigation perspective and an overview of its progression to date.  ...  The full paper is not published or submitted elsewhere. The support of the University of Witwatersrand (Merit Award), University of Bonn -Arbeitsgemeinschaft Tropische und Subtropische  ... 
doi:10.4102/jamba.v11i1.629 pmid:30863512 pmcid:PMC6407469 fatcat:aa5dl6ydxrddjj6kayivt6q4na
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