Community Knowledge Management (Indigeneous, Rural & Marginalized Communities)

A Global Perspective

By A. Neelameghan, Greg Chester

Community Knowledge Management highlights an often-overlooked area: locating, maintaining, compensating for, and sharing the knowledge of rural, Indigenous, and marginalized (RIM) communities globally. This knowledge is valuable for all humans' prosperity, health, and survival and the planet's health. Respect for and fair compensation to the source communities is essential. Knowledge sharing includes the need for reciprocity for the process must be a two way street. [Subject: Library and Information Science, Knowledge Management]


Publication Date: 1/5/2016
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9788170007760