Elearning - theories, design, software and applications by Patrizia Ghislandi

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It can assist users to find knowledge points in a short time through accurate expression and classification of concepts and knowledge relations and can return to related knowledge sources so that organizations can assemble intelligent sources of the entire organization in the fast speed with easiest operations when crucial decisions are expected to be made. In the mean time, the knowledge community as a platform for knowledge exchange can be introduced so that staff of the organizations or cooperative partners can log in the knowledge portal and communicate and leave a message to realize transmission of tacit knowledge.

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