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Agricultural Knowledge Management System Development for Knowledge Integration

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Title:Agricultural Knowledge Management System Development for Knowledge Integration
Authors:Alemu, Dejen
Jennex, Murray
Assefa, Temtem
Keywords:Knowledge Society, Culture, and Knowledge Systems
indigenous knowledge knowledge management knowledge management system
Date Issued:03 Jan 2018
Abstract:Agricultural KMS development involves various participants from different communities of practice (CoPs) who possess their own knowledge. However, the current development of technology neglected the local communities who possess indigenous knowledge, which is the key success factor for agricultural development. This study aims at contributing in the discourse on how to integrate scientific and IK in agricultural KMS development and use. An interpretive analysis of primary qualitative data acquired through in-depth semi-structured interviews and participant observations was carried out following system development action research approach. The research result yields concepts for understanding the process conceptual framework in KMS development and use for knowledge sharing and integration.
Pages/Duration:10 pages
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Appears in Collections: Knowledge Society, Culture, and Knowledge Systems

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