E-learning and Knowledge Management: Context Structuration
InSITE 2007 • Volume 7 • 2007
Management of the cognitive context—understood as the reconstruction of the fabric of concepts and relations, representation in the form of a concept map and management of interactive functions that are inherent to or can be situated within the context itself—is a significant exigency both within the learning environment, and in particular for e-learning, as well as within the corporate environment as part of knowledge management processes. In order to take advantage of knowledge mapping and the functions connected with it, software tools capable of supporting and managing interaction in a network environment must be designed and created on the basis of guidelines aimed at pursuing not only the ergonomics, efficiency and efficacy of use, but also flexibility and completeness during the phases of construction, updating and analysis of the relational fabric.
concept maps, knowledge management, e-learning, context structure, knowledge sharing.
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