Development and application of knowledge-based subject group integration platforms:A case study of Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS
LIU Yu; FU Jian; ZHENG Huijun; CHEN Hao; YANG Zhiping; YANG Zhiping (E-mail: yangzp@yahoo.com) or LIU Yu(E-mail: liuy@clas.ac.cn)
2014-06-25
Source PublicationChinese Journal of Library and Information Science
ISSN1674-3393
Volume7Issue:2Pages:1–14
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Purpose: According to the different requirements of research group users, we established the knowledge-based subject group integration platforms of Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (abbreviated as SIC CAS hereinafter), which were designed and constructed to better meet the needs of CAS research groups for their development, collaboration and communication.

Design/methodology/approach: We first identified the requirements of users via preliminary investigation, and then chose CASIIP, iLibrary and XKE technology, respectively as the building tools compatible with the major demands of users. These steps helped us complete the layout design of SIC CAS integration platforms, as well as its knowledge organization and integration.

Findings: According to the need of users, we applied three types of platform construction technologies to five SIC integration platforms, and formulated standard norms for the further construction process, which could provide useful reference for a sustainable development for the extensive construction in CAS institutes.

Research limitations: In order to make the SIC integration platforms more intelligent and have more functions, we need to enlarge the scale of the Platforms and upgrade the building tools for the platform construction.

Practical implications: The nature of SIC sub-project integration platforms is to construct a content-sensitive environment which can embed knowledge services and knowledge applications seamlessly into scientific activities, so the Platform is expected to be a useful tool to help researchers better understand the recent development of the research field and form collaborations with their peers.

Originality/value: SIC integration platforms are the only pilot construction that used 3 different platform technologies in the first batch of knowledge-based subject group integration platforms of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The construction is user-centered throughout the whole process, namely, from the technology selection, content construction to the sustainable development of the platforms, which are all based on user requirements. During this process, we have not only established sustainable mechanisms for both the personalized feedback and security management of the institutional knowledge of SIC CAS, but also formed a service team for the sustainable development of SIC integration platforms.
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Purpose: According to the different requirements of research group users, we established the knowledge-based subject group integration platforms of Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (abbreviated as SIC CAS hereinafter), which were designed and constructed to better meet the needs of CAS research groups for their development, collaboration and communication.

Design/methodology/approach: We first identified the requirements of users via preliminary investigation, and then chose CASIIP, iLibrary and XKE technology, respectively as the building tools compatible with the major demands of users. These steps helped us complete the layout design of SIC CAS integration platforms, as well as its knowledge organization and integration.

Findings: According to the need of users, we applied three types of platform construction technologies to five SIC integration platforms, and formulated standard norms for the further construction process, which could provide useful reference for a sustainable development for the extensive construction in CAS institutes.

Research limitations: In order to make the SIC integration platforms more intelligent and have more functions, we need to enlarge the scale of the Platforms and upgrade the building tools for the platform construction.

Practical implications: The nature of SIC sub-project integration platforms is to construct a content-sensitive environment which can embed knowledge services and knowledge applications seamlessly into scientific activities, so the Platform is expected to be a useful tool to help researchers better understand the recent development of the research field and form collaborations with their peers.

Originality/value: SIC integration platforms are the only pilot construction that used 3 different platform technologies in the first batch of knowledge-based subject group integration platforms of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The construction is user-centered throughout the whole process, namely, from the technology selection, content construction to the sustainable development of the platforms, which are all based on user requirements. During this process, we have not only established sustainable mechanisms for both the personalized feedback and security management of the institutional knowledge of SIC CAS, but also formed a service team for the sustainable development of SIC integration platforms.
KeywordIntegration Platforms User-oriented Team Construction Knowledge Organization Sustainable Development
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Funding OrganizationThis work is supported by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Grant No.: Y11006).
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.las.ac.cn/handle/12502/7209
CollectionJournal of Data and Information Science_Chinese Journal of Library and Information Science-2014
Corresponding AuthorYANG Zhiping (E-mail: yangzp@yahoo.com) or LIU Yu(E-mail: liuy@clas.ac.cn)
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LIU Yu,FU Jian,ZHENG Huijun,等. Development and application of knowledge-based subject group integration platforms:A case study of Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS[J]. Chinese Journal of Library and Information Science,2014,7(2):1–14.
APA LIU Yu,FU Jian,ZHENG Huijun,CHEN Hao,YANG Zhiping,&YANG Zhiping .(2014).Development and application of knowledge-based subject group integration platforms:A case study of Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS.Chinese Journal of Library and Information Science,7(2),1–14.
MLA LIU Yu,et al."Development and application of knowledge-based subject group integration platforms:A case study of Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS".Chinese Journal of Library and Information Science 7.2(2014):1–14.
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