1 edition of Knowledge management and libraries found in the catalog.
Knowledge management and libraries
Lynette Lawrence Ralph
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Lynette Lawrence Ralph ; with a foreword by Timothy Ellis|
|LC Classifications||Z666 .R35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010021492|
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Knowledge Management in Libraries: Concepts, Tools and Approaches brings to the forefront the increasing recognition of the value of knowledge and information to individuals, organizations, and communities, providing an analysis of the concepts of Knowledge Management (KM) that prevails among the Library and Information Science (LIS) community.
Knowledge Management in Libraries: Concepts, Tools and Approaches. brings to the forefront the increasing recognition of the value of knowledge and information to individuals, organizations, and communities, providing an analysis of the Knowledge management and libraries book of Knowledge Management (KM) that prevails among the Library and Information Science (LIS) community.
Thus, the book explores knowledge. Book Description. Knowledge Management in Libraries: Concepts, Tools and Approaches brings to the forefront the increasing recognition of the value of knowledge and information to individuals, organizations, and communities, providing an analysis of the concepts of Knowledge Management (KM) that prevails among the Library and Information Science (LIS) community.
Buy Knowledge Management for Libraries (Library Technology Essentials Book 5): Read 2 Books Reviews - 5/5(2). Chapter 2 History and Evolution of Knowledge Management Systems Abstract This chapter describes the history of knowledge management (KM) and discusses the evolution of different knowledge management systems.
The history - Selection from Knowledge Management in Libraries [Book]. x KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. The Balanced Scorecard Method The House of Quality Method Knowledge management as an organizational innovation has been with us agement as a coherent body of management theory and practice.
The book in our hands answers this call. Strategies for knowledge management in academic libraries. Agarwal advises that there are a number of approaches that academic librarians should take to implement knowledge management: Acquire knowledge management tools.
Librarians should have a knowledge of the tools needed for effective knowledge management and take steps to acquire them. Knowledge Management for Libraries guides readers through the process of planning, developing, and launching their own library knowledge base.
This A-Z guidebook will teach you how to implement tools that will help your colleagues communicate, collaborate, share documents and files, and greatly clarify and simplify workflows through projects Cited by: 2.
This book surveys approaches to knowledge management (KM) that address hierarchical power structures and internal competition to get measurable results. With insights drawn from six case studies at academic and special libraries, in this book you’ll find guidance on such topics as. The book describes the theory and approaches of knowledge management in the context of librarianship.
(Mohammad Nazim, ) A study aims at examining the gap between skills needed for Knowledge. Knowledge Management & Academic libraries Knowledge Management is a process aimed at creating, identifying, sharing and using knowledge at the level of an organization.
Knowledge management in Academic Institutions can be applied in five key Knowledge management and libraries book such as research, curriculum development, alumni. Get this from a library. Knowledge management for libraries. [Valerie Forrestal] -- Libraries are creating dynamic knowledge bases to capture both tacit and explicit knowledge and subject expertise for use within and beyond their organizations.
Learn how to develop a staff intranet. Valerie Forrestal. Valerie Forrestal is author of the book Knowledge Management in Libraries () published by Rowman & has 10 years of academic library experience in technology and is currently Web Services Librarian and Assistant Professor at the Staten Knowledge management and libraries book campus in the City University of New York (CUNY) System.
Knowledge Management for Libraries book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Libraries are creating dynamic knowledge bases to captu /5.
This is a book that deals with a very specific part of knowledge management (KM), namely knowledge retention (KR). KR is a discipline concerned with the managerial initiatives focused on assessing and retaining the most critical knowledge within the firm, particularly when faced with the potential loss of employees, e.g.
due to retirement. 1. Introduction. This article aims to give an overview of how the field of knowledge management may be applied to academic libraries. In an article published 15 years ago by Charles T. Townley, Knowledge Management and Academic Libraries (Townley, ), the author states that libraries do not manage knowledge as well as they manage information.
Librarians are information. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: An Introduction to Knowledge Management --Introduction --Emergence of the Knowledge Age --What is Knowledge?--Knowledge Creation and Conversion Process --Knowledge Management --Objective of KM --Benefits of KM for Individuals, Communities, and Organizations.
Sharing Strategies in Indonesian University Libraries Nove E. Variant Anna [email protected] in knowledge management, and it is adopted by many organizations especially in the develop the library is still perceived as a book storage and lending by some people, incomplete and out of date collections (Kusumawati, ), as a place.
Library Management - Library management is a sub-discipline of institutional management that focuses on specific issues faced by libraries and library management professionals.
Library management encompasses normal managerial tasks, as well as intellectual freedom and fundraising responsibilities. This paper aims at establishing the importance of knowledge in the knowledge economy, impact of information technologies on libraries, library's role in knowledge management and improvements in.
ABSTRACT: This paper examines the contributions of librarians in knowledge management, and the implications for academic librarians. A review of relevant literature on contemporary issues in libraries and knowledge management was undertaken, and the current developments in knowledge management and the future for libraries, librarians, and information science professionals were discovered.
This book focuses on the role of special libraries as knowledge management centres in their organisations. It describes the work of a special library and the special library draws on the characteristics that make the nucleus of collecting and organising knowledge which is.
The book is an attempt to give you thorough knowledge about the subject of Knowledge Management. OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive) Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide.
knowledge management in decision making and provides a framework for the desired leadership for a library manager. The paper is based on the latest knowledge management literature and the author’s own experience and it is exploratory in nature.
Key words: Knowledge management, academic libraries, Leadership and knowledge management,File Size: KB. "An excellent and timely primer for introducing key principles of data management The book's well organized, clearly written chapters are equally as appropriate for librarians new to research data as they would be for project data managers looking to pair up with libraries to fill gaps in preservation or access to their data resources.".
It is a widely accepted that Knowledge Management constitutes a key asset for the information professional. Management theory has always pointed to the fact that libraries and librarians in particular play an important role in an organization (be it an enterprise, a city, or a society as a whole).
The papers collected in this volume demonstrate why and how - from the libraries' perspective. What Constitutes a Knowledge Management Center.
Faced with the conundrum of The Library versus The Knowledge Management Center, I took to the Internet for additional insight.
I learned that the accepted definition of knowledge management is a process of creating, sharing, and managing both the information AND the knowledge of an organization.
Preface. The Knowledge Management Strategies: A Handbook of applied technologies is the fifth book in the Knowledge and Learning Society Book Series.
Three titles are already available in the bookstores: Intelligent Learning Infrastructure for Knowledge Intensive Organizations: A Semantic Web Perspective. Knowledge Management in Libraries 73 Knowledge Management in Library Information Centers: As a learning organization, libraries should provide a strong leadership in knowledge management.
Libraries should improve their knowledge management in all of the key areas of library services. To cope with the exponential growth in human knowledge. knowledge management practices in university libraries and the benefits that can be gained by embracing the concept for optimum output. The model that has been suggested will hopefully guide university libraries in Kenya towards the application of knowledge management in influencing their information service provision.
knowledge management by examining its objectives, scope, strategy, best practices, knowledge management tools, and so on. The book is structured very much like a textbook, with introductory concepts at the top, more subject-specific discussions in the latter half.
The team at Knowledge Architecture is constantly asked for book recommendations on a variety of topics—from knowledge management to research to thought leadership. Some of the books below are new. Some are old. Some are AEC-specific. Others are more general in. The classic one-line definition of Knowledge Management was offered up by Tom Davenport early on (Davenport, ): “Knowledge Management is the process of capturing, distributing, and effectively using knowledge.” Probably no better or more succinct single-line definition has appeared since.
However, Knowledge Management can best and most. Knowledge Management 3 Why Knowledge Management Application of Knowledge Management (KM) lie in the below four key areas Globalization of Business: Organizations today are more universal i.e., they are operating in multiple sites, multilingual, and multicultural in nature.
1 What is knowledge management. > providing ongoing learning so that people can constantly update their knowledge; > encouraging people with a common interest to network with each other; > creating electronic filing systems that can be searched in a number of ways, making the information much easier to find; > redesigning offices to be open plan so that staff and managers are more visible and File Size: KB.
This book gathers the wisdom of knowledge managers and researchers in the context of the library and will be a valuable reference source for all libraries.
Knowledge Management in Libraries and Organizations Edited by: Leda Bultrini, Sally McCallum, Wilda Newman & Julien Sempéré Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur, ISBN Mastering Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries: /ch This chapter presents the overview of academic libraries, the adoption of social media in academic libraries, the copyright concern in academic libraries, theCited by: 3.
"The strength of this book lies in the author's ability to pull together diverse philosophies and multiple theories as they relate to this new field called knowledge management. Wallace includes a fair representation of philosophies and highlights the contributions of each, using a writing style that is as simplified as advanced academic-level.
The library and the Information or Documentation Center. In libraries and information or documentation centers. knowledge organization systems serve as bridges between the user's information requirements and the materials in the collection.
The situation of a user that faces an information retrieval task has some similarities to that of a learner. Both "learning" situations have something in. Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries: Building the Knowledge Bank at the Ohio State University Joseph J.
Branin Director of Libraries The Ohio State University Ap *note: this paper has been submitted to The Journal of Academic Librarianship for publication. Knowledge management and the role of libraries 1. Knowledge Management and the Role of Libraries Patrick Alfred Waluchio Ongwen Knowledge Management Officer African Research and Resource ForumABSTRACT:The development of knowledge management in recent years has become the key concern forlibrarians and libraries.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Knowledge Management: A New Competitive Asset by Special Libraries Association Staff (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay!
Free shipping for many products!the flow of knowledge across local government – sharing answers, insights, expertise, ideas and information by: • linking people and information • supporting collaborative working • promoting techniques to capture and share knowledge • building evaluation and learning.
into practice The benefits of knowledge. management for local.