The Digital Information Toolkit: Strategies for Adding Value to Work-Related Social Systems

The Digital Information Toolkit: Strategies for Adding Value to Work-Related Social Systems I recently had a chapter published in Trends, Discovery, and People in the Digital Age, a new book edited by Wendy Evans and David Baker.  My chapter, “The Digital Information Toolkit: Strategies for Adding Value to Work-Related Social Systems.” The abstract for Trends, Discovery, and…

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Introducing the Raleigh-Durham Knowledge Management Community of Practice

Introducing the Raleigh-Durham Knowledge Management Community of Practice We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new Knowledge Management Community of Practice for the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill (Research Triangle) region. The purpose of the group is to bring together KM practitioners, researchers, business leaders, students, and anyone else from the region who is interested…

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Connections between KM and Library Science

Connections between KM and Library Science On the surface, Knowledge Management (KM) and library science/information management may not seem like natural partners. And while I might be biased — I come to KM from this perspective — I think the linkages between the two areas are clear. Library/information science is about connecting people with the…

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