THE HKU SCHOLARS HUB; UNLOCKING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE
||THE HKU SCHOLARS HUB; UNLOCKING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE
||ELPUB2010. Publishing in the networked world: Transforming the Nature of Communication, 14th International Conference on Electronic Publishing 16-18 June 2010, Helsinki, Finland/ Edited by: Turid Hedlund and Yasar Tonta. ISBN 978-952-232-086-5, URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10227/599 pp. 205 - 216
||In 2009 The University of Hong Kong (HKU) wrote mission and vision statements, and strategic plans highlighting Knowledge Exchange (KE). The HKU Scholars Hub, the institutional repository of HKU, was chosen to be the chief vehicle to forge the necessary culture for KE within HKU and engage staff in delivering the desired outcomes of KE. Development work to create this vehicle serendipitously created other desired outcomes. Chief amongst these is a collective knowledge system, created from the interaction between machine and data, author and institution, and, local authority and remote indexing. The result is a bootstrapped “intelligence”, greater than the sum of its parts.
||institutional repository; The University of Hong Kong; knowledge transfer; knowledge exchange; Scopus; ResearcherID; ORCID; Collective Knowledge Systems; Collective Intelligence;
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