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In knowledge organizing Ontology is a formal representation of a set of concepts within a domain and the relationships between those concepts, and it is used to define the domain. So,
How can ONTOLOGIES be useful in both computer science and information science?
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What are the goals and principles of knowledge management?
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Are all senior managers and professionals trained in basic knowledge management techniques?
What is the difference betwen trained and non trained managers?
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I trust that you are all doing well!
I have got your e-mails on km4dev.org 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 km4dev.org...). 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.
Hermon B. Ogbamichael
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Student No: 201083922