The book will focus specifically on knowledge flow (KF) processes occurring within networked communities of professionals (NCP) and the associated virtual community environments (VCE) that foster horizontal dynamics in the management, sharing and development of fresh knowledge. Along this line a further key issue will concern the analysis and evaluation techniques of the impact of Network Technology use on both community KF and NCP performance.
- The proposal of a taxonomy of Network Technology uses to support formal and informal knowledge flows- Analyses how Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 technology is deeply modifying the dynamics connected to KF and KM- Discusses dynamics underlying horizontal KF sharing processes within NCP
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Chapter 1: Leveraging mobile network technologies to accelerate tacit knowledge flows across organisations and distances
Chapter 2: Modelling the dynamics of knowledge flow within networked communities of professionals
Chapter 3: Supporting knowledge flow in web-based environments by means of narrative
Chapter 4: What are virtual walls to flow of knowledge in teamwork discussions?
Chapter 5: Knowledge flows and graphic knowledge representations
Chapter 6: Graphic knowledge representation as a tool for fostering knowledge flow in informal learning processes
Chapter 7: Conclusive thoughts on communication flow, knowledge flow and informal learning
Guglielmo Trentin is senior researcher and project manager at the Institute for Educational Technology (ITD) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR). His studies have largely focused on the use of ICT in formal and informal learning. In this field he has managed several projects and scientific activities, developing technological applications and methodological approaches to support networked learning and knowledge sharing. He teaches Network Technology and Knowledge Flow at the University of Turin. He has published extensively on technology enhanced formal and informal learning.