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From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

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From shared databases to communities of practice: A taxonomy of collaboratories. From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories. The types are: Distributed Research Centers, Shared Instruments, Community Data Systems, Open Community Contribution Systems, Virtual Communities of Practice, Virtual Learning Communities, and Community Infrastructure Projects. 2003; Stokols, Harvey, Gress, Fuqua, & Phillips, 2005).

No Straight Lines / Technology makes it easy to remember,' the trick is learning how to forget

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A recent article in Fast Company. Just over a year ago, I wrote the following: My early days in Knowledge Management included a lot of time developing, deploying, and getting people to use “knowledge repositories.&# (At least trying to get people to use them.) « Six attributes of an affinity group (or community of practice). December 2003. November 2003. October 2003. September 2003. June 2003. No Straight Lines.

eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

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Whereas an ePortfolio contains actual assets for the purpose of reflection, assessment or self-promotion, the PLE includes a broader repository that also includes links and commentary for all three purposes. 2003). eLearning & Deliberative Moments.

Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. Its stuff like this IM that really makes you guys valuable, not those giant repositories you build." Many companies still see KM as a means to reduce cost and headcount, re-use intellectual capital and accelerate employee learning. Fast Company.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. Its stuff like this IM that really makes you guys valuable, not those giant repositories you build." Many companies still see KM as a means to reduce cost and headcount, re-use intellectual capital and accelerate employee learning. Fast Company.

PKM and the Organization - Pollard

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Many companies that jumped early onto the KM bandwagon have all but abandoned it, while many organizations that waited are now repeating the mistakes of the pioneers. Organizations provided staff with access to the Internet, but most of those who were inclined to use it already had it at home and were using it there, without the restrictions imposed by the company -- so that, too, was of marginal benefit. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.