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e-Knowledge markets are becoming recognised as “disruptive and discontinuous technology innovation” (Kaieteur Institute for KM 2005) which are changing the way which people manage their social networks, education, wealth and intellectual property assets. The possibility here is the exploitation of intellectual capital in real-time by a larger number of people. Some of the categories of these business models which have emerged include:
Submitted by storytelling on 17 June 2009 - 12:11pm. categories [ ]
A model for community participation in African libraries to preserve Indigenous Knowledge - Betsie Greyling
A model for community participation in African libraries to preserve Indigenous Knowledge.
Author: Betsie Greyling, Senior Systems Librarian, eThekwini Municipal Library
Submitted by storytelling on 21 May 2009 - 10:03am. categories [ ]