Some really interesting comments which draw literacies together and centre the library as both a knowledge access place and a creating knowledge space
Prezi for Drew Whitworth's presentation at the EMTACL conference, Trondheim, 2nd October 2012 (RT @eksploratore: RT @eksploratore: RT @fredgarnett: Prezi by @DrewWhitworth1 on relationship btwn #info & #Digital literacy.
"Knowledge Management professionals acknowledge that the two main types of knowledge are tacit and explicit. The differences between the two are vast, yet only one is the most important: tacit. Despite the fact that many Knowledge Management (KM) researchers believe that around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge, there are far more KM tools available for capturing explicit knowledge. Why is this?"
If you are a watcher of ABC's Gruen Planet you'll be familiar with the segment called 'The Brief' where advertising agencies are asked to prepare a pitch to sell an unsellable topic. Last week they featured a campaign to convince us to abandon our e-book readers and only read books made of paper.
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