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A KM-Based Strategic, Global Current Awareness Service
Conference Proceedings, Presentations, and Speeches
  • Stuart Basefsky, Cornell University
Publication Date
8-17-2011
Abstract
This presentation focuses on a global current awareness service designed to meet the knowledge needs of the institution from which it originates. In so doing, it also meets the needs of journalists, researchers, faculty, students, professional practitioners, and policymakers concerned with the same issues globally. It provides the institutional links between partnering institutions that sustain the relationships for the future. This serves as a model for how libraries can become supporting pillars of their organizations by tapping into and meeting KM needs.
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Suggested Citation
Basefsky, S. (2011, August). A KM-based strategic, global current awareness service [Electronic version]. Paper presented at the 77th IFLA World Library and Information Congress, San Juan, PR.

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© International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

Citation Information
Stuart Basefsky. "A KM-Based Strategic, Global Current Awareness Service" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stuart_basefsky/6/