Dirk Schneckenberg

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the potential of Web 2.0 technologies for knowledge management and to explore how corporate governance models influence the adoption of Web 2.0 for organisational learning and knowledge exchange. Design/methodology/approach – The paper begins with a literature review to understand the phenomenon of Web 2.0.(More)
In this paper we argue that e-learning is changing from a primarily distributive mode to a more collaborative mode. This enables e-learning to step up the ladder, and to turn to competence oriented pedagogical models. Three steps are taken: First the changes e-learning is currently undergoing are explored and summarised, secondly the concept of competence(More)
Driven by technological innovation, Europe is moving towards a post-industrial society in which knowledge has been identified as the key factor for growth. As the creation of new knowledge is the core business of universities, the European Union needs an innovative and effective higher education system. The model of eCompetence development proposes a change(More)
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