"Blogs" and "Wikis" are valuable software tools for communication within research groups
|"Blogs" and "Wikis" are valuable software tools for communication within research groups|
|Author(s)||Sauer I.M., Bialek D., Efimova E., Schwartlander R., Pless G., Neuhaus P.|
|Published in||Artificial Organs|
|Keyword(s)||Blog, Intranet, Research organization, Wiki (Extra: article, computer program, health care organization, human, information dissemination, information processing, Internet, interpersonal communication, methodology, priority journal, research, computer network, computer program, interpersonal communication, Communication, Computer Communication Networks, Humans, Research, Software)|
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"Blogs" and "Wikis" are valuable software tools for communication within research groups is a 2005 journal article written in English by Sauer I.M., Bialek D., Efimova E., Schwartlander R., Pless G., Neuhaus P. and published in Artificial Organs.
Appropriate software tools may improve communication and ease access to knowledge for research groups. A weblog is a website which contains periodic, chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage, whereas a wiki is hypertext-based collaborative software that enables documents to be authored collectively using a web browser. Although not primarily intended for use as an intranet-based collaborative knowledge warehouse, both blogs and wikis have the potential to offer all the features of complex and expensive IT solutions. These tools enable the team members to share knowledge simply and quickly-the collective knowledge base of the group can be efficiently managed and navigated.
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