Active Knowledge Work Space demonstration

author: Igor Dolinšek, HERMES SoftLab
published: Nov. 24, 2010,   recorded: October 2010,   views: 3541


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ACTIVE knowledge workspace (AKWS) is a software platform. The goals of AKWS are:

- to create a software environment for the knowledge worker consisting of an integrated set of context-aware knowledge management tools
- to integrate tools developed in WP1-WP3 and extend off-the-shelf tools like MS Office suite to benefit from ACTIVE technology.

The AKWS main principles include:

- supporting personal productivity, collaboration and knowledge sharing of knowledge workers in an enterprise
- workspace concepts to support their activities, such as working contexts, info resources and tasks/Knowledge processes.
- transform off-the-shelf tools to fit into the Workspace.

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