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Knowledge sharing and technology

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Journal articles


Document Sources Additional Information
 Evolving web, evolving librarian.pdf Library Hi Tech News, Vol.23(7):18-21 Benson, Amy & Favini, Robert. 2006. Evolving web, evolving librarians.
 Intranet as KM tool.pdf Electronic Library, Vol.22(5): 393-400 Mphidi, Hamilton & Snyman Retha. 2004. Vol.22(5). 393-400.
 Online communities.pdf The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, Vol.20(1), 54-57 Maxymuk, John. 2007. Online communities
 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 


Title Link Notes
Enabling technology for knowledge sharing http://tomgruber.org/writing/AIMag12-03-004.pdf  
Intranets and knowledge sharing http://www.steptwo.com.au/papers/kmc_intranetsknowledge/index.html  
Libguides: Web 2.0 http://onlinesocialnetworks.blogspot.com/2007/11/libguides-web-20-library-knowledge.html  
Knowledge management wiki http://kmwiki.wikispaces.com/  
Knowledge sharing technology http://www.batipi.com/phpcode/web/Knowledge-Sharing-Technology.php  


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