Knowledge portal support to the Naval Postgraduate School's advanced distributed learning program for the Information Systems and Operations curriculum
Walker, Allisa M.
Nissen, Mark E.
Jones, Carl R.
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The Naval Postgraduate School is in the process of migrating the Information Systems and Operations curriculum to a nonresident mode of delivery. Once the migration is complete, there will be a knowledge base available for use by abattle staffs as well as policy and acquisition leaders. A knowledge portal may be the solution to facilitating the use of the knowledge base by both learners and operators. The goal of this research is to show how developing a knowledge portal for use with the Information Systems and Operations curriculum knowledge base could expand the use of tacit and explicit knowledge by the operators. By providing access to this repository of information and knowledge, users can capture the most up-to-date nowledge on issues in the world's political and military environment, have the ability to collaborate with experts in the field, and receive answers to questions that will aid in resolving complex issues.
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