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Event: Web 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Making Knowledge Work

This from the fine New Zealand Knowledge Management Network (NZKM) - for which I will soon be the official "online community wrangler":
Hello, just a reminder that this Thursday's NZKM Wellington event; 'Web 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Making Knowledge Work' (Tim Barrable, CIO at the Ministry for Culture & Heritage) is being run.

No need to RSVP - just turn up on the day to Archives New Zealand, 10 Mulgrave Street at 12noon.

Utilising Web 2.0 tools in the Enterprise to make Knowledge Management a reality. The Ministry for Culture & Heritage have recently launched their new Web 2.0 Intranet built using DRUPL open source CMS and utilising a number of Web 2.0 tools. They have also started making some changes to their public sites Te Ara:Encyclopedia of New Zealand, and NZHistory .net that utilise some of the same community building tools.

Tim is a former CIO at The New Zealand Herald and IT Director of Ask Jeeves UK; the internet search engine, and has a wealth of experience in utilising web tools inside and outside an organisation to encourage knowledge sharing.

Registration fee = Free for paid-up NZKM members, Gold-coin donation for non-members.

Date : Thursday 22nd May 2008
Time : 12 noon - 1.00 PM
Venue : Archives New Zealand, 10 Mulgrave Street, Wellington