Using Weblogs for Knowledge Sharing and Learning in Information Spaces

  title={Using Weblogs for Knowledge Sharing and Learning in Information Spaces},
  author={Eric Ras and Gabriela Avram and Patrick E. Waterson and Stephan Weibelzahl},
  journal={J. UCS},
There are various Knowledge Management Systems available currently and designed to support knowledge sharing and learning. An example of these are “Experiencebased Information Systems” in the domain of Software Engineering, i.e., Information Systems designed to support experience management. Lately, these have become more and more sophisticated from a technical point of view. However, there are several shortcomings that appear to limit the input, the content of these systems and their usage… CONTINUE READING
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