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Links 1 through 10 of 318 by Karen Huffman tagged slakm

Noted on KMPro LinkedIn group. Source: Wikipedia.

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Free community geared for building and making connections to individuals in the physical sciences. Can drive individuals to experts in the sciences.

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Quick response (QR) readers and software. Website offers a good overview and enables the ability to create 2D barcodes for URLs, Messages, Emails, Phone #, and SMS.

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Nice summary of the way QR codes are being used as well as explanations of what they are and how to access them on some of the FAQ pages on your mobile device. Source: Library Success - A Best Practices Wiki.

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Make tag cloud from text. TagCrowd will be used during SLA 2011 to record ideas shared during unconferences.

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The context for my question about the future of the L&D department is that I don’t believe there are meaningful boundaries around learning in a high-performance organization. Just as there are dangers in segregating responsibility for knowledge in a department when it should be central to the organization’s strategy and structure, learning should far transcend where it usually sits within companies.

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Knowledge is alive and the new methods for customizing, harnessing, and interacting with it may threaten the traditional models of KM. Speaks to the need of disciplines being flexible and agile enough to allow for change. Source: Green Chameleon.

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Recommended by Nerida Hart via Google Buzz (2011).

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