Allan Ogomo Amulabu
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Apprentice at the Knowledge Management and Information Services Unit
International Livestock Research Institute
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Organisational Learning, Online Facilitation, Social Web/Web 2.0, Collaborative Technologies, Social Network Analysis, Participatory Decision-Making, Communities of Practice, Research, Knowledge Capture, Knowledge Mapping, Narrative & Storytelling, Information Management, Workshop Facilitation, Change Management, Intranet/Enterprise Portal/Information Systems, KM Strategies, Expertise Locator Systems, KM Incentive Systems, Evaluating and Monitoring KM, Thematic/Knowledge Networks
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Teleportation, Scrabble, Car racing, Motor Biking
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Swahili, English, French

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Integrating Taxonomies and Ontologies in the Knowledge and Content Management Systems of organizations

Taxonomy Integration

In the digital world of online repositories, taxonomies and ontologies are the primary ways to categorize content by their underlying (or implicit) information domains. Taxonomies mean any controlled vocabulary

for tagging content. Thus a taxonomy is a logical organization based on how a



Posted on September 23, 2010 at 7:37am

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At 9:41am on October 7, 2011, Carl Jackson said…
At 5:41pm on November 29, 2010, Hermon Ogbamichael said…
Dear all,
I trust that you are all doing well!
I have got your e-mails on when I was searching for virtual communities of practice for my research survey. My name is Hermon B. Ogbamichael. I am a student at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in Cape Town, South Africa. I am trying to do a research on how to efficiently exchange knowledge in virtual communities of practice (like that of Therefore, I would really appreciate if you assist me in filling the survey that I developed (will only take maximum 20 minutes...). Please follow the link below to fill in the survey:

I also highly appreciate if you can forward this to other VCoP members who are involved in knowledge/information exchange.
Best Regards,
Hermon B. Ogbamichael
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Student No: 201083922
South Africa

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