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New Call for Papers: Breaking the boundaries to knowledge integration: society meets science within knowledge management for development

Dear All

We are looking for contributions for the September 2013 issue of the KM4D Journal. The link to the Call for Papers is here: KM4DJ_call_for_papers%20September%202013.pdf

We are looking for contributions on:

- Knowledge integration and co-creation:
- Knowledge production in ‘non-traditional’ knowledge institutions, such as consultancy firms, think tanks and NGOs;
- Knowledge production by citizens and civic organisations looking to build counter-expertise;
- Joint processes initiated by non-academia (government, industry, public, NGOs) or scientists;
- Integration of multiple knowledges linked to the perspectives and roles of the various stakeholders: individual knowledge, local specialised knowledge, organisational knowledge and holistic knowledge (Brown 2011). This is by no means easy because of the different frames of reference and differences in opinion. Some stakeholders’ knowledge will be implicit, neither written down (codified) nor put into words;
- Participation of stakeholders in the process and in the design of the solution.
- Combination of methods which take into account the complexity of the system such as actor analysis, causal analysis, and system analysis;
- Encouragement of mutual learning in focus groups, round tables, expert sessions, stakeholder dialogues etc.
- Contributions focusing on local scientific, cultural and political practices.

The Guest Editors team who will be working with me on this issue comprise: Valerie Brown, Sebastiao Ferreira, Wenny Ho, Barbara Regeer and Marjolein Zweekhorst.

Submission deadlines are as follows:
Submission deadline for the title and abstract 15 April 2013
Acceptance of paper proposal 30 April 2013
Submission of full paper 15 June 2013
Peer-review completed 31 June2013
Final version of paper submitted 31 July 2013
Publication date 1 September 2013

Please send your submissions and questions to special_issue@dgroups.org

Regards

Sarah

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Special Issue: Breaking the boundaries to knowledge integration: society meets science within knowledge management for development

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Comment by Nancy White on March 20, 2012 at 8:25am

So people are starting to show up here... terrific. We'll need to resolve the issue of getting an article easily shared. Sarah, any ideas on that?

Comment by Claudia Michel on March 20, 2012 at 5:19am

Hi Ewen and Nancy

YES, I would love to join the journal club (not as facilitator but as interested reader and commenter), thanks for your initiative.

NO I do not have access to the journal (T&F will be happy).

Cheers, Claudia

Comment by Nancy White on March 16, 2012 at 9:37am

A few people have asked how to join this group. You need to join the KM4Deve NING site first, and then this group. Here are three screen shots to walk you through the process. The first is from http://www.km4dev.org -- the home page. The second is from the registration page you go to when you click "join" and the third is this Journal page where, in the upper right hand corner, you can join this group. Holler if you have any questions.

 

Comment by Regi Adams on March 16, 2012 at 8:51am

Hi Ewen,

 

I have access to volumes 5-7. I would be interested in a monthly article chat. Look forward to hearing more about this.

Comment by Ewen Le Borgne on March 16, 2012 at 8:27am

Can some of you please check http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rkmd20 to see if you have full access to all volumes of the journal? If that's the case it's great (according to T&F policy, it shouldn't be the case actually)!

 

Comment by Ewen Le Borgne on March 15, 2012 at 1:37am

Nancy just posted this idea on the mailing list:  

It might be fun to have a little side group to discuss one or more articles each month. Maybe on our NING site as a way to also see how we can have some side conversations and weave them back into the larger communities. Anyone interested in a journal club? Organizing a first conversation focus?

Gada Kodada and Tariq Zaman already indicated their interest... Anyone up for joining/ leading this?

Comment by SarahCummings on January 5, 2012 at 6:56pm

Dear Lars

Apologies that this has taken me some time to get back to you, Issue 1-4 is on the OJS wesbite at: http://journal.km4dev.org/index.php/km4dj

And your article can be found at: http://journal.km4dev.org/index.php/km4dj/article/viewFile/57/99

But ytou didn't really need to join this group to get in touch:  you could also send me an email.

Best wishes

Sarah

Comment by Lars Soeftestad on November 12, 2011 at 10:04am

Greetings,

I wanted to ask a question, and it seems I  have to be a member of this group in order to do that. So, is this the place to inquire about/request/apply for such membership?

While I'm at it, my question concerns backissues, prior to Taylor and Francis taking over: At the latter site, it appears that only vol. 5 and later is available. What about vols. 1-4?

PS. This all started because it seems that an article I co-authored for vol. 2 appears to be available with different page numbers.

Comment by Pascal Bernardon on April 15, 2011 at 5:12pm

Bonsoir,

 

Merci de m'accueillir dans cet espace d'échange et de partage.

 

Bonne fin de semaine

 

Pascal Bernardon

Vos Connaissances et votre savoir-faire : un capital à valoriser

Comment by Ewen Le Borgne on March 11, 2011 at 3:30am

(Francophone issue of the journal to be published in December 2011)

Appel à contributions : Invitation à publier votre article !
Premier numéro francophone du “Knowledge Management for Development Journal”

Nous avons le plaisir de lancer un appel à contributions pour le premier numéro francophone du journal “Knowledge Management for Development” (KM4Dev) dont la parution est prévue en décembre 2011.

 

Ce premier numéro sera consacré à la gestion, circulation et au partage des
connaissances en milieu francophone sans thématique particulière. Ainsi, cette édition privilégiera une approche pluraliste et les articles soumis pourront être des études de cas, des notes communautaires, des travaux de recherche, des articles publiés sur des blogs, etc.


Les articles, de 2 000 à 6 000 mots, ainsi qu’un court résumé de 200 mots, doivent être envoyés par courriel au plus tard le 1er juin 2011 à l’adresse suivante KM4DEVFR@gmail.com

 

C’est une excellente opportunité pour partager votre vision de la gestion et du partage des connaissances pour le développement ! Les personnes intéressées sont invitées à nous contacter pour plus de renseignements à l’adresse suivante : KM4DEVFR@gmail.com


Le journal anglophone “Knowledge Management for Development” existe depuis 2005. La communauté de pratique KM4Dev et sa branche francophone SA-GE mettent l'accent sur la gestion et le partage des connaissances pour le développement. Cela comprend diverses approches de gestion des connaissances dans les organisations de développement, grandes et petites, au Sud comme au Nord. Nous cherchons à faciliter
la fertilisation croisée entre la gestion des connaissances et les domaines connexes.

Le journal est étroitement lié à la communauté de pratique KM4Dev www.km4dev.orget SA-GE - Savoir-Gestion, http://www.km4dev.org/group/km4devfrancophone (sur ce site NING)

 

Les instructions pour les auteurs peuvent être consultées à l’adresse suivante, en français: http://www.a-i-a.com/sage/Instructions.pdf

 

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