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    Knowledge has different types of definition but we can simply say that knowledge is the collection of what is known, resides in the intelligence and the competence of people. Knowledge becomes the engine of production of everything. Sharing knowledge is process or the act of making knowledge available to other people within the society. Hence knowledge sharing platform is a method of a place to share knowledge. Knowledge holder and knowledge demanders’ interaction each other get to share what is known factors of production (knowledge). Before the internet has been created it was difficult to share knowledge and inform among people all over. People used pigeon or rider horse to send and receive message from other people. Later, when the World Wide Web has finally appeared in public place, it facilitated and provided platform to share knowledge all over the world with less than a second. Business mostly makes use the internet but it is time to implement in the education area. Knowledge sharing system is a mean of sharing knowledge between students in the university. They can share different types of files such as PDF, text files or video etc. there is not limitation of number of shared files and also there is not a limit of downloading files as well as the size of the file, they maybe small as well as large in size. .…

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    the application of knowledge management principles and strategies as they are considered as largest sources to exchange and share knowledge on a day to day basis in the most trustworthy atmosphere. In my opinion following can be the possibilities by which universities can exploit KM principles: • Using them as study program that can be taught to the students and make a change in the quality of the educational process. • For decision support at the Management level • Information and Knowledge…

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    Training and development events within the processes of an organization attempt to create a learning program that prepares its employees for required tasks and growth in their abilities needed for future demands (Noe, 2013). Within their preparation programs the key components that must be addressed to have a successful learning experience include knowledge management and instructional design (Noe, 2013). In the school organization, in which I currently teach mathematics, the component that most…

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    Smart Enterprise to allow employees to accomplish more in a shorter time, speeding knowledge transfer, and to create a more performance-enhanced workplace environment using smart enterprise supported technology to enhance the learning culture at GTU (Rosenberg, 2006). Second, is to create a balance between processes to encourage and support collective efforts of both teams and individuals. The smart learning enterprise framework is below, of note, is the e-learning component is where the L&D…

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    In today’s digital world, the process of creating, discovering and sharing knowledge as well as the avoidance and misuse of file sharing often tests the limits of technology. Computer networks throughout college campuses frequently reproduce and distribute copyrighted music, movies, books, television shows, and software through the use of peer-to-peer (P2P) networks. A peer-to-peer, or “P2P,” file transfer service allows the user to share computer files through the Internet.…

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    Pirate Bay Case Study

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    4. LESSONS LEARNT The analysis of The Pirate Bay case represents a great approach to learn such concepts as peer-to-peer sharing, digital piracy, allowed us to look at the problem of digital piracy from ethical perspective and observe how legislation of different countries is trying to solve this problem. First of all, it was found that the pirate bay operation model, which is based on a peer-to-peer (P2P) transmission service have two significant advantages: 1) there is no risk of inability of…

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    Capturing Sound Analysis

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    The readings I completed this week really got me thinking about the transformations of music over the years. I have gained a lot more knowledge about the ethics of music and how technology has opened doors for artists and how it has affected the music world for both listeners and the artists themselves. For my response journal this week, I would like to discuss two important areas from the chapters of the book, ‘Capturing Sound’ by Mark Katz that I found really intriguing. One area would be…

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    paper will be the foundation for the argument. The book and papers previously mentioned will serve a significant role in helping to gather information because they themselves are detailed and all contain a preponderance of further readings on the subject. The kind of information which I focused on was facts about the intentions of the LDDC and then reports on what they ended up producing. Also, I used reports of other gentrified areas of London so I can get a better understanding of how those…

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    Given the past two examples, the case could be made that the DMCA is broken, simply because the creators of the intellectual property do not seem to be as protected as the people who are potentially infringing, or that companies like YouTube can have others work on their site, simply by claiming it isn’t their fault. This is not true. In fact, the DMCA often protects copyright holders work. MGM Studios, Inc. v. Grokster is a perfect example of this. In 2005, a small conglomeration of…

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    consumers and perform their work. This is exemplified by the use of social media by businesses, and there is also the decline of the economy of creative industries caused by the use of file sharing capabilities. The internet is a contributor to the increase in the global Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which is defined as the financial value of all completed goods and services made within the country’s borders over a certain time span (Atay & Apak, 2013). In the past 5 years, in internet has…

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