Knowledge management and e-learning for underground construction projects
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This paper describes a Knowledge management system (SGAC - Active Knowledge Management System) to manage the knowledge generated in a research project. This system aims both at organizing project information during the project and at transferring this knowledge to other researches from the same scientific domain so as to enhance e-learning. This paper approaches the problem of knowledge transfer from a case study angle.The system is developed inside "The Multidimensional City" project, which is a multi-disciplinary research project that promotes the development and implementation of Spanish technological innovation in undergrond construction. The SGAC system aims at achieving full integration of large set of contents created in research projects related to underground construction sites. Then, the project has developed several types of metadata for tagging and enriching contents. All this enriched information becomes the base of different e-learning courses in underground construction, promoting an updated education in this knowledge area and the dissemination of the results generated in the research project.
CitationFuertes, A. [et al.]. Knowledge management and e-learning for underground construction projects. A: ISPE International Conference on Concurrent Engineering. "17th ISPE International Conference on Concurrent Engineering". Cracòvia: Springer, 2010, p. 231-238.
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