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    I am the owner and managing director of Information Automation Limited (IAL), a company that specialises in research, consultancy and training for the information profession. We are particularly interested in all forms of electronic information resources (e-journals, e-books, etc) and I teach a course in electronic publishing at the Department of Information Studies in Aberystwyth. Drilling down still further(!), my interests centre on the quality and evaluation of electronic information, and in the thinking that underpins activities in library and information science.


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    Thursday, June 14, 2007

    KM 2.0... 1, zero

    Couldn't resist this one.

    Anyone who knows me will know of my dislike of the term 'knowledge management' - I have written about this in pre-blog days, in my editorials of the then UKOLUG Newsletter (now UKeiG's eLucidate) among other places.

    But it was such an 'accepted' term and everyone thought that they knew what it meant (until they heard someone else's paper on the topic!), that I seemed to me to be a voice crying in the wilderness!

    And so - with great pleasure - let me point you to Paula Thornton writing on the FASTForward Blog: Knowledge doesn't want to BE managed.

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