Decision Methods for Vitual Knowledge CollaborationIX Congress International Society for Knowledge Organization-Spain, New Persectives for the Organization and Dissemination of Knowledge (2009)
AbstractVirtual models of knowledge collaboration and access abound in research libraries, but as we move into the 21st century we are developing new ways for strategically advancing knowledge collaboration more broadly and creatively within the research library context. Three areas will be addressed as examples of decision models. First, collaborative decision making to create knowledge rich organizational structures will be discussed. Second, creation of new forms of knowledge through virtual publication by collaboration will be reviewed. Third, development of collaborative learning, teaching, and research spaces will be addressed. Conclusions encompass future-oriented models for knowledge collaboration and access which transcend individuals and organizations.
- knowledge collaboration,
- organizational structures,
- virtual publication
Publication DateMarch 13, 2009
Citation InformationBarbara I. Dewey. "Decision Methods for Vitual Knowledge Collaboration" IX Congress International Society for Knowledge Organization-Spain, New Persectives for the Organization and Dissemination of Knowledge (2009)
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