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An ontology based architecture to support the knowledge management in higher education

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4 Author(s)
Laoufi, A. ; Equipe Syst. Intelligents et Communicants (SIC), Univ. IBN ZOHR, Agadir, Morocco ; Mouhim, S. ; Megder, E.H. ; Cherkaoui, C.

The main goal of this paper is to examine an experiment of implanting the knowledge management approach within the university IBN ZOHR of Agadir. We propose an approach based on the e-learning and its components to establish an organizational memory of the scientific, technical and administrative intellectual capital of the university. We were particularly interested in the constitution of a repository of resources for learning and research. This deposit of explicit knowledge includes: administrative documents, courses, training pads, electronic books, etc. The process used is based on e-learning and offers to actors an initiation to knowledge management. One of the main proposed activities to actors requires submitting their documents in the form of homework, in an e-learning platform. The required documents come obviously from their daily work. The validated documents are then indexed and classified using an ontology. The created ontology will serve to facilitate search and navigation within the capitalized knowledge.

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Multimedia Computing and Systems (ICMCS), 2011 International Conference on

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7-9 April 2011