Published June 1988
by Library of Congress .
Written in English
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Knowledge Discovery, Transfer, and Management in the Information Age brings together the latest empirical research in knowledge management practices and information retrieval strategies to assist organizations in effectively and efficiently utilizing the data at their disposal. Academics, managers, researchers, and professionals within the field of knowledge management will make use of this book to increase their understanding of best practices in the manipulation of information Cited by: 2. Knowledge, Culture and Society in the Information Age: /ch Informational society, mainly after the development of online and mobile devices, is changing the forms with which we build our image of the reality. SpeedCited by: 3. In a book that is as timely as it is scholarly, Dan Headrick shows how the age of enlightenment discovered 'information' as a systematic way of organizing the things we know. Information technologies preceded industrialization and clearly played a major role in the emergence of modern production techniques and the democratic institutions of free by: The knowledge institutions in the information age: the special case of the public library / "An Engelhard lecture on the book presented on April 7, , at the Library of Congress."Includes bibliographical of access: Internet Topics: Knowledge, Sociology of Author: Redmond Kathleen Molz.
This book offers an original contribution to understanding an often-ignored aspect of our knowledge society and the much-heralded 'knowledge-based economy.' It decisively explodes the dual myths that working-class adults have inferior learning capacities and that talented youths naturally leave blue-collar careers. Livingstone and Sawchuk document the genuine learning practices of working. The knowledge deficit in the information age - and its consequences The knowledge deficit in the information age – and its consequences William Poundstone in his new novel outlines how democratic politics "can make wise choices despite low-information voters". In this book, Carl Bereiter--a distinguished and well-known cognitive, educational psychologist--presents what he calls "a new way of thinking about knowledge and the mind." He argues that in today's Knowledge Age, education's conceptual tools are inadequate to address the pressing educational challenges and opportunities of the times. Two things are required: first, to replace the mind-as 5/5(1). According to the Book of Daniel, there will be a surge of knowledge before the apocalypse. What is remarkable about this verse is that it clearly points to modern times: the Information Age. The internet is a world-wide telephone which has circulated information in an unprecedented way.
This is “The Constitution in the Information Age”, section from the book 21st Century American Government and Politics (v. ). For details on it (including licensing), click here. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa license. An information economy is where the productivity and competitiveness of units or agents in the economy (be they firms, regions or nations) depend mainly on their capacity to generate, process, and apply efficiently knowledge-based information. It is also described as an economy where information is both the currency and the product. The Fragility of Modern Societies: Knowledge and Risk in the Information Age. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: / Stehr, N , The fragility of modern societies: knowledge and risk in the information age, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, viewed 2 May , doi: / Stehr, Nico. Proceeding chapters further depict how the Nations adversaries will use knowledge warfare in an asymmetrical environment coupled with information operations. The book deftly explores information superiority, deception, knowledge management and cyber-warriors and their respective roles in knowledge warfare and information by: