The green information chain : Groen Kennisnet brings agricultural knowledge from research to the classroom, on the farm, and into agri-business

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    Abstract

    “Groen Kennisnet” creates a content collection and professional “green” knowledge base (agriculture, horticulture, animal welfare, environmental protection, water management, food, fisheries). “Groen Kennisnet” makes these available to the Dutch agricultural education system and agri-business, and organizes communities around specific themes. “Groen Kennisnet” thus contributes to the connection between innovation in research and business & teaching. In our paper we explain how we organize the green information chain, the IT infrastructure and the communities. The combination of content, IT and community results in bringing new innovative knowledge available in the classroom and on the farm.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    Event80th IFLA general conference and assembly -
    Duration: 16 Aug 201422 Aug 2014

    Conference

    Conference80th IFLA general conference and assembly
    Period16/08/1422/08/14

    Keywords

    • knowledge transfer
    • diffusion of information
    • information systems
    • knowledge
    • agriculture
    • horticulture
    • nutrition
    • animal husbandry
    • nature

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