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Joel Clawson

1. what did you find

1.1. interesting about the article?

The most interesting thing I found was the idea that not having information is not the problem. It is the fact that we don't have the attention to deal with all the information we do have.

1.2. not interesting about the article?

In general, I didn't find the entire article very interesting. We read a number of articles that were related to this one that made this one seem like it was just restating the same information again.

2. what do you consider the main message of the article?

The main message of the article was on knowledge management, what makes it fail and how to make it better.

3. there is a section in the article ?courses-as-seeds? analyzing an earlier course from a KM perspective. Please analyze briefly our course in a similar fashion against the framework and claims made in the article.

I think this course has a major problem of finding the information that we seek. There really isn't a "standard" of how to do things. We had this problem because different students were putting their initial ideas for one of the projects in different areas. I believe it also has the problem of not being used as a place to discuss and add information. It is mainly used to just place answers for assignments and pieces of our projects.

4. analyze the

4.1. strength and

The strength of the Swiki is that it is easy to add information to the system.

4.2. weakness

A weakness of the Swiki is that is difficult to find information if you do not know where to begin searching for it.

of the Swiki as a computational environment to support KM.

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