Archive for November 16th, 2004

Managing Information from Scientific Research Projects: Exposing Hidden Knowledge

Tuesday, November 16th, 2004

Managing Information from Scientific Research Projects: Exposing Hidden Knowledge, ASIST Annual Meeting 2004 Suzanne Cristina, Hamilton Sunstrand, United Technologies Jayne Dutra, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Robert Allen, Drexel University Moderator: Joseph Busch: Taxonomy Strategies Suzanne reviewed how scientists currently record and share information in Hamilton Sunstrand, including their use of Knovel. Jayne told us about […]

Copyright Issues Related to Copied Wikipedia Entries or Entries Similar to Other Web Pages

Tuesday, November 16th, 2004

Bill Ives points to a post by Pito Salas about copyright issues related to Wikipedia. I learned a bit about their copyright issues, including an interesting story similar to what Bill writes about, at a Wikipedia meetup I went to this summer. There are two basic issues: people contributing entries may be plagiarizing other sources […]

A Weblog about Knowledge Management and Blogs

Tuesday, November 16th, 2004

The moment you’ve been waiting for: one of my secret blogs is: ASIST K-Blog Panel Christina Pikas, Garrett Eastman, Kris Liberman, and I have been using this space since the spring to share resources about knowledge management and blogs while planning for the presentation Blogs for Information Dissemination and Knowledge Management (SIG KM) at the […]