The 17th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM) on September 1-2nd 2016 taking place at the Ulster University in Northern Ireland, UK. The Mini Track on “Web 2.0 Models, Methods and Tools in Knowledge Management” is organized by Robert Gutounig (Graz University of Technology), Sebastian Dennerlein and Elisabeth Lex from the Know-Center Graz.
Web 2.0 tools facilitate knowledge activities such as acquiring, creating, organizing, sharing and saving knowledge. In addition to social media, conceptual models (e.g. collaboration models) as well as technological (e.g. KM API standards) or practical methods (e.g. barcamps) adhering to the Web 2.0 principles are important when seeking to raise a company’s visibility, communication, collaboration and further education. This Mini-Track seeks research looking at Web 2.0 models, methods and tools in Knowledge Management in order to support companies in succeeding in the digital era. Contributions to measurement methods, which specifically assess the success rates of Web 2.0 models, methods and tools with respect to knowledge activities are also welcome.
Suggested topics include but are not limited to:
· Web 2.0 and its principles
· Social Media/Social Software/Social Computing
· Enterprise 2.0
· Social Knowledge Management
· Generation Y/Millennials/Digital Natives
· Evaluation of Web 2.0 Models, Methods and Tools
Abstract submission is due 11th February 2016.
Please, find more information on the submission on http://www.academic-conferences.org/conferences/eckm/eckm-2016-call-for-papers/eckm-mini-tracks/#2.