Mapping - Users' Guide An introduction to the documents contained in this folder
Date Added: 2002-04-24 10:22
Date Modified: 2002-04-24 10:31
This folder contains articles describing a variety of methods for mapping networks and knowledge. Mapping is a process of visually representing the collective knowledge and/or relationships within a community in order to identify points of strength and weakness, as well as to serve as a navigation tool for community members to locate both concrete and tacit knowledge resources.
Finally, the knowledge audit is the sister process to knowledge mapping. Rather than visually representing knowledge assets and their location, a knowledge audit is more like a traditional inventory, applied to knowledge. A goodoverview of this approach is The Knowledge Audit.
Author(s): Christopher Bennett