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Knowledge sharing

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Journal articles  

 

Document Sources Notes
     
 Identifying knowledge sharing requirement.pdf

Library Review, Vol. 57

(92):107-122.

Parirokh, Mehri, Daneshgar, Farhad, Fattahi, Rahmatollah. 2008. Identifying knowledge sharing requirements in academic libraries.

 

  Knowledge sharing.pdf

Communication of ACM, Vol.46(2), 23-25. Brazelton, Jessica, Gorry, G. 2003. Anthony. Creating a knowledge sharing community.
 Pathways to knowledge.pdf Engineering Management Journal, Vol. 10(4), 15 Truran, William R. 1998. Pathways to knowledge: how people learn through people.
  When Knowledge Sharing works.pdf E-Content,Vol.28(6),17 Bates, Mary Ellen. 2005. When knowledge sharing works.
 Why share Knowledge.pdf Knowledge and processmanagement, Vol.6(2), 91-100 Hendricks, Paul. 1999. Why share knowledge? The influence on the motivation for knowledge sharing

 

 

 URL, Wikis, Blogs

 

Title

Link Additional Information
Knowledge sharing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knowledge_Sharing  
knowledge sharing through face to face http://m08.cgpublisher.com/proposals/233/index_html

Dr. Sergio Salis, Prof. Allan Morgan Williams

Promoting knowledge sharing in the UNFPA http://www.unfpa.org/knowledgesharing/index.htm  
The 3Cs of knowledge sharing http://www.skyrme.com/updates/u64_f1.htm  Skyrme, David J.

 

 

 

 

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