Personal Knowledge Integrators
David C. White
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David C. White: The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments (IJVPLE), 2013, vol. 4, issue 4, 59-68
This paper discusses, in the context of personal learning environments, the need for Personal Knowledge Integrators â€“ PKIâ€™s or Knowers. It first illustrates and establishes the need for Knowers with usage scenarios and peopleâ€™s requirements. It then describes the elements required to make a Knower which can exchange information with other Knowers, regardless of different platforms or technologies. Knowers will provide a person with a knowledge hub synchronising with learning management systems, personal learning environments, file systems and other sources and sinks of information. A design science approach is described with iterative cycles of design and prototyping.
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