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Third Sector Knowledge Portal

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Third Sector Knowledge Portal- Peter Lambert, Introduced the Third Sector Knowledge Portal which was launched in October 2011 and aims to bring together research and information on the voluntary and …

Third Sector Knowledge Portal- Peter Lambert, Introduced the Third Sector Knowledge Portal which was launched in October 2011 and aims to bring together research and information on the voluntary and community sector


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  • 1. Introduce myself
  • 2. Quote from Peter Wanless“There is no shortage of information, but it isoften fragmented and hard to access.Organisations re-invent wheels and start fromscratch because they are not aware ofresources already available.” Peter Wanless Chief Executive Big Lottery Fund
  • 3. Introduce the Portal concept Third Sector Knowledge Portal A destination sitefor research on the third sector www.tsrc.ac.uk
  • 4. Project Partners
  • 5. Target Audience Target Audience • Third Sector • Government • Academics / ResearchersAnyone interested in research into the sector
  • 6. Types of Content• Reports from third sector organisations• Academic journal articles (£)• Government reports & guidance• Books (and their chapters)• Archives• Audio/visual• Any electronic/online resources
  • 7. The Key – The Thesaurus
  • 8. Preservation of ‘Knowledge at Risk’ Thesaurus The Key to the Portal• Standardises terminology• Hierarchical structure• Leads users to content of interest• Adapting – a live document• Built into the software
  • 9. Preservation of ‘Knowledge at Risk’ Preservation of ‘Knowledge at Risk’• Short term project funding• Staff departure• Political agenda shifts• Changing terminology
  • 10. Information whirlpool Preservation of‘Knowledge at Risk’
  • 11. Title page Third Sector Knowledge Portal A destination sitefor research on the third sector www.tsrc.ac.uk

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