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To complement the learning process and promote continuous learning, this paper proposes an environment that uses knowledge management techniques to improve the learning process for building personal knowledge through the exchange of knowledge chains in learning communities. Here we are using the generic model for the knowledge management cycle proposed by Stollenwerk The processes that are part of this model are: 1) knowledge identification; 2) knowledge capture; 3) knowledge selection and validation; 4) knowledge organization and storage; 5) knowledge sharing; 6) knowledge application and 7) creation of knowledge. The use of knowledge management became important in this work because it gave a theoretical foundation to the knowledge chains learning process specification.
Date of Conference: 26-28 April 2007