The Open Access Initiative For Knowledge Sharing: the Conceptual Framework Approach

Adni, Rhiza The Open Access Initiative For Knowledge Sharing: the Conceptual Framework Approach., 2017 [Preprint]


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Purpose: The purpose of this research is to provide the sharing community with an experience of OAI for knowledge sharing, which indirectly allows scholar community to be aware and be actively involved in OAI. The OAI would benefit the scholars who would be the publisher of research works and experience of sharing digital information. Design/methodology/approach: Research methodology literature in the design of knowledge sharing, OAI and research projects convince the researcher that the use of multiple methods to gather data is a possible approach for the design, analyses and evaluation of scholar’s participation of OAI. Findings: This illustrated how framework is used as approach to define the OAI relates knowledge sharing. It highlights a detailed readiness knowledge sharing in OAI on framework. The perspective established from the framework in this study help to ensure OAI is relevant to scholar’s attitudes. The Framework represents the views of the knowledge sharing, scholar and willingness of Malaysia scholar’s participation of OAI in the research. The readiness focuses on the goal and objectives in the context to participate the OAI and the functional requirements of the willingness of Malaysia scholar’s participation of OAI. Originality/Value: Would be of significance in the field of knowledge sharing and the contexts of OAI are not usually captured comprehensively, and the ongoing challenge is to model complex human and the value of OAI and online publishing for their research works.

Item type: Preprint
Keywords: Open access initiative; OAI research framework; OAI for knowledge sharing; OAI in education; Scholar needs; Malaysia
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information.
E. Publishing and legal issues.
Depositing user: RHIZA ADNI
Date deposited: 16 Jan 2018 10:32
Last modified: 16 Jan 2018 10:32


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