Managing Knowledge and Scholarly Assets in Academic Libraries: 9781522517412: Library IS&T Books | IGI Global

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Managing Knowledge and Scholarly Assets in Academic Libraries: 9781522517412: Library IS&T Books

Source: Managing Knowledge and Scholarly Assets in Academic Libraries: 9781522517412: Library IS&T Books | IGI Global

 

Knowledge management strategies play an important role across numerous industries. These processes and strategies can be adopted into higher education sectors for use in managing scholarly assets.

Managing Knowledge and Scholarly Assets in Academic Libraries is an essential reference source for the latest research on approaches for adopting and implementing various facets of knowledge management in academia. Featuring expansive coverage on a range of topics and perspectives, such as knowledge mapping, social media applications, and linked data, this publication is ideally designed for librarians, students, managers, and scholars seeking current research on the innovative measures of knowledge management in libraries.

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