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  1. 1. Information andKnowledge Management Class4: File Sharing Tools Marielba Zacarias Prof. Auxiliar DEEI FCT I, Gab 2.69, Ext. 7749 mzacaria@ualg.pt http://w3.ualg.pt/~mzacaria
  2. 2. SummaryKnowledge as an assetOrigins of the knowledge workerTypes of Intellectual CapitalInitial definition of the types of knowledgeKnowledge Management vs Re-engineeringWeb 2.0 Tools Document sharing
  3. 3. Tool Section
  4. 4. File Sharing• Practice of distributing or providing access to digital information including • audio, images, videos • documents, books • links • software
  5. 5. File sharing Modes• Removable media (pen drives, cds)• Centralized computer file server installations• web-based hyperlinked documents• peer-to-peer networking
  6. 6. File sharing history• Before 1978 • removable media• 1978 (BBS), 1979 (Usenet), ftp (1985)• Unstructured p2p (1999) - Napster • Kazaa, BitTorrent• Now, mostly web-based sharing
  7. 7. Tags & Tagging• User provided keywords to classify files• Known as • Content tagging, • collaborative tagging, • social tagging • “folksonomy” (people’s taxonomy)
  8. 8. Benefits/Issues• Users do not have to abide to formally defined categories (free assignment of keywords)• Assigned by content creators/distributors• Problems • Same terms with different meanings, different names with similar meanings • Lack of orderly structure • Leads to search confusion and inefficiencies when content consumer when content consumers and producers do not have shared meanings for terms• Public and Publisher Tagging

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