15 octobre 2018

Revisiting Knowledge Management - Presence, Communication, Collaboration = FLOW

Revisiting Knowledge Management - Presence, Communication, Collaboration = FLOW
The lesson here should be taken to heart by designers of educational environments as well as corporate intranets: while people continually stress that they need better communication systems, what they get, time after time, is a document management service (I hope people here at NRC are reading this post. More...

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Six Steps to Better Interviews and Simplified Task Analysis

Six Steps to Better Interviews and Simplified Task Analysis
Part of developing an enterprise learning solution is determining what knowledge is needed to perform each task in a specific job. Finding out just what a task entails can be tricky. More...

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09 octobre 2018

e-Knowledge

e-Knowledge
Seb sent me the link to this quality newsletter out of Teachers@Work in New Zealand. Topics covered range from learning objects, knowledge networks and A Revolution in Knowledge Sharing. More...

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01 octobre 2018

Making Sense of Common Sense Knowledge

Making Sense of Common Sense Knowledge
Interesting interview looking at the nature and usefulness of common sense. Leaving aside questions of consistency and reliability, common sense is essentially the ability to make decisions based on partial information. More...

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27 septembre 2018

Architecture of the Mouse Brain Synaptome

Architecture of the Mouse Brain Synaptome
Fei Zhu, Mélissa Cizeron, Zhen Qiu, Ruth Benavides-Piccione, Maksym V. Kopanitsa, Erik Fransén, Noboru H. Komiyama, Seth G.N. Grant, Neuron, 2018/08/22

This ground-breaking paper makes it pretty clear that knowledge consists of patterns of connectivity in the brain. These patterns now have a name: the synaptome. More...

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24 septembre 2018

Personal Knowledge Mapping And The Concept Of Data Emergence

Personal Knowledge Mapping And The Concept Of Data Emergence
Some worthwhile observations on where previous knowledge management initiatives have gone wrong. More...

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21 septembre 2018

Knowledge and Tragedy: Or Why We Shouldn't Share Knowledge

Knowledge and Tragedy: Or Why We Shouldn't Share Knowledge
I wouldn't be citing this paper at all under ordinary circumstances, but it is just so wrong-headed it merits a mention, if only as a representative of a line of thinking that runs deeply against my core beliefs. In a competitive world, argues the author, asymmetries of knowledge are important, for such asymmetries are what allow one side to triumph over the other. More...

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KM Europe

KM Europe
Outstanding coverage is available online of Knowledge Management Europe. This link points to Mathemagenic's November 15 coverage, which provides numerous links, outlines, and commentary. Readers will also want to scan Headshift's summary with commentary and even more links. More...

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06 septembre 2018

The ''Other'' Knowledge

The ''Other'' Knowledge
It's hard to know what to say about this item. One thing is that it taps into some important underlying truths about cognition - that we think in images and symbols, that there are habitual and instinctual elements to intelligence, that these are sometimes manifest as what we would call a 'hunch' or an instinct. More...

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The Aeffability of Knowledge Management

The Aeffability of Knowledge Management
Patrick Lambe is concerned about the "obsessive fascination with the idea of knowledge as content, as object, and as manipulable artefact." This essay addresses that concern and describes the relation between knowledge and objects, learning and language. More...

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