Ubiquitous Computing and Knowledge Management: Applications of MOBIlearn
MOBIlearn is a project to develop a mobile learning system to facilitate formal, non formal and informal learning. Its contribution to knowledge management will be presented.
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International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.77-86.
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I am a principal lecturer in charge of the Information Systems subject group at Sheffield Hallam University. My research interests are in knowledge base systems, particularly knowledge acquisition techniques. I have published widely in this field, particularly the capture and structuring of visual knowledge. Since my move from the University of Tasmania to Sheffield Hallam University, I have moved into the area of knowledge management. My most recent work has been associated with the European Union funded MOBIlearn project where I have been involved in requirements analysis and the use of the system as a knowledge management tool.
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