Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications
Topic: Data Management
Date Added: Jul 2014
Web 2.0 technologies provide the communication medium which allows collaborators to share and communicate ideas. These technologies, however, exhibit limited support for knowledge transfer which is more than a communication problem. It is still unclear how people can communicate, over the Web 2.0, cognitive activities which they undertake during the knowledge acquisition process. In this paper, the authors present an integrated approach for knowledge sharing that addresses the needs of both knowledge providers and recipients. It combines both concept mapping and dynamic annotation to enable for effective construction and perception of knowledge.