Learning, Unlearning, and Relearning Knowledge Architecture

February 18, 2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

Description

Dr. Bedford will talk about the process of writing the new book, Knowledge Architecture: Structures and Semantics. Over a career of 40 years, Dr. Bedford held various architecture roles and responsibilities in a rich set of contexts. The book is a translation of what she learned – written in the classic form of a knowledge book developed by Jean-Louis Ermine. This webinar will address the three challenges involved in writing the book.

First, the need to expand our perspective from traditional information to the broader understanding of knowledge capital. Second, the need to acknowledge and integrate foundations and strategies from several disciplines (e.g., economics, psychology, education, information science, computer science, engineering, operations research). And, finally, the need to advance architectural design from the traditional tactics and tools approach to a design and strategy level.

The goal of the webinar is to begin a discussion of how we can advance the dialog, reach across professions and prepare for the knowledge economy and society of the future.

United States

Contact Information

Association for Information Science and Technology | ASIS&T
Name: Cathy Nash
Phone: 3014950900
Email: webinars@asist.org
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