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Title: Can Knowledge Be Distributed? The Dynamics of Knowledge in Interdisciplinary Alliances: Final Report and Yearly Status Reports
Author(s): Bowker, Geoffrey C.; Brown, Joyce; Bruce, Bertram C.; Burbules, Nicholas C.; Haythornthwaite, Caroline A.; Kanfer, Alaina; Kazmer, Michelle M.; Lunsford, Karen J.; Nazarova, Muzhgan; Poulakos, Steven; Porac, Joseph F.; Wade, James B.; Won, Mihye
Contributor(s): McDonough, Tim; DeVaughn, Michael; Fischer, Harald; Hagar, Chris; Huston, Melanie; Jiang, Xueqing; Lastra, Sarai; Ramprakash, Rajeev; Robins, Jenny; Steinley, Douglas; Vann, Katie; von Thaden, Terry
Subject(s): Distributed Knowledge Academic Collaboration National Science Foundation Interdisciplinarity
Abstract: The goal of the Distributed Knowledge project (DK) is to investigate distributed knowledge processes among multidisciplinary teams and the roles that technology and group context play in these processes. The initial inquiry of the project was focused on the six scientific Applications Technologies teams of the National Computational Science Alliance, funded through NSF’s PACI program. / This final report describes project highlights reflecting the accomplishments of the project as well as its participants (awards and honors, courses developed, dissertations defended, further grants and projects undertaken, selected presentations, workshops with invitation to participate and to host), project challenges, updates of new technologies and tools used, and lists project-related publications.
Issue Date: 2003-10-09
Citation Info: Bowker, Geoffrey*; Brown, Joyce; Bruce, Bertram C.*; Burbules, Nicholas*; Haythornthwaite, Caroline*; Kanfer, Alaina*; Kazmer, Michelle M.; Lunsford, Karen J.; Nazarova, M. I.; Poulakos, Steven; Porac, Joe*; Wade, James B.*; & Won, Mihye (*co-Principal Investigators) (2003, October 31). Can knowledge be distributed? The dynamics of knowledge in interdisciplinary alliances: Final report. Champaign, IL: Graduate School of Library and Information Science.
Genre: Report (Grant or Annual)
Type: Text
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/17416
Publication Status: unpublished
Peer Reviewed: not peer reviewed
Sponsor: U.S. National Science Foundation, Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence program
Date Available in IDEALS: 2010-11-23
 

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