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A systematic approach to produce small courseware modules for combined learning and knowledge management environments

Grützner, Ines; Angkasaputra, Niniek and Pfahl, Dietmar LU (2002) 14th international conference on Software engineering and knowledge engineering (2002) In [Host publication title missing] 27. p.533-539
Abstract
Combining technology enabled learning and knowledge management is a very promising strategy to systematic competence building in software organizations. In order to set-up a combined learning and knowledge management environment and to support organization members in packaging small chunks of knowledge into courseware modules, Fraunhofer IESE developed the IntView-KM methodology. IntView-KM defines how to provide the organizational, methodological, and technological prerequisites that enable software engineers to produce small courseware modules (contents) as a byproduct of their daily work. This paper presents the two phases of the IntView-KM methodology. Furthermore, tool support for courseware module production is recommended and the... (More)
Combining technology enabled learning and knowledge management is a very promising strategy to systematic competence building in software organizations. In order to set-up a combined learning and knowledge management environment and to support organization members in packaging small chunks of knowledge into courseware modules, Fraunhofer IESE developed the IntView-KM methodology. IntView-KM defines how to provide the organizational, methodological, and technological prerequisites that enable software engineers to produce small courseware modules (contents) as a byproduct of their daily work. This paper presents the two phases of the IntView-KM methodology. Furthermore, tool support for courseware module production is recommended and the existing tool support summarized. Finally, experiences in applying IntView-KM and results of a first evaluation of the tool support for IntView-KM are described. Copyright 2002 ACM. (Less)
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Cesium alloys, Knowledge engineering, CSCL, Knowledge management, courseware module production, knowledge packaging, Competence building, Courseware, Fraunhofer, Module production, Software engineers, Software organization, Technology-enabled learning, Two phasis, Tool support, Computer software, Engineering
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533 - 539
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14th international conference on Software engineering and knowledge engineering (2002)
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1-58113-556-4
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10.1145/568760.568855
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  booktitle    = {[Host publication title missing]},
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  keyword      = {Cesium alloys,Knowledge engineering,CSCL,Knowledge management,courseware module production,knowledge packaging,Competence building,Courseware,Fraunhofer,Module production,Software engineers,Software organization,Technology-enabled learning,Two phasis,Tool support,Computer software,Engineering},
  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {A systematic approach to produce small courseware modules for combined learning and knowledge management environments},
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  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2002},
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