Knowledge Resources Management and Sharing in the TENCompetence Project

G Bo, M.A. Luccini, M. Dicerto

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    One of the most relevant activities in the EU TENCompetence project is directed at the development of models and tools to stimulate the sharing and management of knowledge resources. Knowledge resources are the containers that store the explicit knowledge for sharing purposes. Examples are learning objects, articles, books, software programs, informal messages, etc. From the technical perspective the main outcome of this part of the research in TENCompetence is to develop an infrastructure suitable to provide users with functionalities for the creation, storage in distributed, federated digital repositories, search, support, retrieval, packaging, reuse, sharing and quality rating of knowledge resources. Moreover, in order to guarantee a high degree of interoperability, each knowledge resource must be both packaged according to existing specifications (e.g. IMS-CP and SCORM) and uniquely identifiable using worldwide unique identifiers and metadata descriptors (e.g. LOM or Dublin Core format). This paper is an overview on the objectives, issues and potential technical solutions identified in the initial phase of the project.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of International Workshop in Learning Networks for Lifelong Competence Development
    Subtitle of host publicationTENCompetence Conference
    EditorsR Koper, K Stefanov
    Place of PublicationShoumen
    PublisherINCOMA ltd
    ISBN (Print)954-90906-8-X
    Publication statusPublished - 31 Mar 2006
    EventTENCompetence Conference - Sofia, Bulgaria
    Duration: 30 Mar 200631 Mar 2006


    ConferenceTENCompetence Conference


    • TENCompetence
    • Knowledge management


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