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Title: K-Portal at NID : An Information System Towards Knowledge Management
Authors: Alexander, S Iruthaya
Keywords: Knowledge Portal
Web based Information System
Knowledge Management
Library Information System
Intranet Information Access
Personal Information Management
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2006
Publisher: INFLIBNET Center
Abstract: Portals are becoming the primary interface through which students, faculty, administrators and alumni interact with educational institutes. As a result, portals are rapidly becoming the most empowering strategic information system framework for institutional Information Technology (IT) solutions. Portals have become the most effective delivery mechanism for information creation, sharing and knowledge management strategy. The portal transforms the user’s access method from desktop to a secure “WebTop,” offering intelligent, integrated, and personalized access to enterprise services from anywhere, anytime. While humble in itself, the portal has the power and potential to transform institutions and make a significant contribution towards success. The goal of this paper is to assist in understanding or high lighting various aims, objectives, benefits, the role of Knowledge Management & Information Services (Library) as well as how it can be developed and implemented successfully for various other educational institutions by looking at the NID K-Portal model and architecture.
ISBN: 81-902079-1-1
Appears in Collections:CALIBER 2006:Gulbarga

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