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The PALETTE project aims at facilitating and augmenting individual and organisational learning in Communities of Practice (CoPs). Towards this aim, an interoperable and extensible set of innovative services as well as a set of specific scenarios of use have been designed, implemented and thoroughly validated in CoPs of diverse contexts.
The above services and scenarios  support:
  • incremental convergence towards a comprehensive representation of practices;
  • argumentative debates about practices;
  • enhancement of practices through knowledge exploration, inside and outside of the CoPs;
  • provision of procedures for the reification and creation of new practices
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Knowledge Management Training - November 20-21, 2007 - Sophia Antipolis, France PDF Print E-mail
The Palette Training on Knowledge Management was organized by INRIA Sophia Antipolis and held on November 20-21 in Sophia Antipolis. Aimed at both Palette members and CoP mediators or members, it was attended by 18 persons coming from CRP HT, EM Lyon, INRIA Sophia, University of Fribourg and Universiy of Liege. The courses were given by members of INRIA, I3S and CRP HT and the practical work was organized by CRP-HT and INRIA..
The first day was dedicated to general courses on:
- Use of Semantic Web approach for Knowledge Management in Communities through the notion of Communitiy Semantic Webs
- Principles, methodologies and tools for Ontologies and Folksonomies
and to the presentation of two KM tools developed or used in the framework of WP3: the semantic wiki Sweetwiki  and the tool for search and classification of documents, Bayfac.
The second day was dedicated to practical work on both tools: Bayfac and on Sweetwiki.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 May 2008 )
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