Marie-Hélène Abel

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e-learning leads to evolutions in the way of designing a course. Diffused through the web, the course content cannot be the direct transcription of a face to face course content. A course can be seen as an organization in which different actors are involved. These actors produce documents, information and knowledge that they often share. We present in this(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present the MEMORAe project, the goal of which is to offer an alternative to the loss of competencies and knowledge in an organization. Design/methodology/approach – Within the project MEMORAe, interest was focused on the capitalization of knowledge and competencies in the context of an organization. The E-MEMORAe(More)
Organizations use more and more social tools for their day to day information sharing. They can use well established products like Twitter or Face book, but also internal tools to conserve authority on their properties. The use of these tools gives a new knowledge source for the organization, through the status messages, links between collaborators: this is(More)
Information and Communication Technologies have transformed the way people work and have a growing impact on long life learning. Organizational Learning is an increasingly important area of research that concerns the way organizations learn and thus augment their competitive advantage, innovativeness, and effectiveness. Within the project MEMORAe2.0, we are(More)