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Understanding Cultural Requirements

The shift in social informatics is fascinating -- it's the study of information and communication tools in cultural and institutional contexts, looking at usage patterns from a variety of lenses, including sociological, anthropological, psychological, and technological perspectives

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How Revolutionary is Social?

demystifyingusability.com Don't get me wrong -- I think the onslaught of new solutions being regularly launched is fantastic, and as an wannabe-researcher in the area of social informatics (I was accepted into a doctoral program on the topic) I am fascinated by the rapid change in the ways that the modern information worker acquires, consumes, and disseminates data

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New to the AIIM Expert Community

I’ll also talk about broader knowledge management topics, sharing real world examples and personal experiences, and dive deeply into social computing (the technologies), social networking (the relationship aspects of the tools), and social informatics (the way the tools and networks are changing how we do business)

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