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Knowledge sharing and academic libraries

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Journal articles  

 

Document Source  Additional information

  Identifying knowledge sharing requirement in academic libraries.pdf

 

Library Review,  Vol. 57(2), 107-122. Parirokh, Mehri, Dangeshgar, Farhad, Fattahi, Rahmatollah. 2008. Identifying knowledge sharing requirements in academic libraries.
 Info. sharing in academic communities.pdf

 

Department of Information Science, University of Tampere, Finland.

 

Talja, Sanna, Information sharing in academic communities: types and level of collaboration in information seeking and use.
 Knowledge management practices in academic libraries.pdf Information studies Programme, University of Kwa Zulu Natal. Maponya, Pearl M. 2004. Knowledge management in academic libraries: a case study at  the University of KZN.
 Resource sharing in university libraries.pdf Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, Vol.29(4), 425-432
Geronimo, Volmer A.  Aragon, Claudia. Resource sharing in university libraries: a tool for information interchange.
 
  Using blogs in academic libraries.pdf New Library World, Vol.109(3/4), 117-129 Schrecker, Diane L. 2008. Using blogs in academic libraries: versatile information platforms

 

 

Websites, wikis, blogs 

 

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 Knowledge sharing in academic libraries  http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=952249
Knowledge management and resources    http://knowledgemanagement.wordpress.com/

 

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