A Web knowledge Management

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Celine DONDEYNAZ,

Joint Research Centre
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Italy

A. Leone, C. Carmona, P.
Mainardi
,
M.Giacomassi

and Prof.
Daoyi

Chen

A Web knowledge Management
Platform for development
cooperation in the water Sector:



AquaKnow.net


Vienna


EGU


3
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8 April 2011

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www.AQUAKNOW.net

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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Presentation Structure

1.
Introduction


2.
System description

1.
Technical development

2.
Content collection and organization

3.
Collaborative/community work

4.
Web GIS Module


3.
Needs Identification and response

1.
Consultation process

2.
Strategic response




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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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Knowledge MANAGEMENT* =





Communication



Transferring

and leveraging
knowledge


1.Introduction

Knowledge


Capturing, extracting
and organizing
Information

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*Levine et al..1999

Is there a need for the water sector?

How could the sector benefit of the Web technologies?

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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1. Introduction


Water sector Definition


As for Water sector we intend a wide community
of stakeholders participating in the creation,
management, implementation… of any elements
necessary to deliver WSS services and/or to
manage water resources



Various types
of stakeholders: institutional, private sector, civil
society…


At
various scales
: national/political, municipal, local, transboundary
scales…


At
various levels
: research, strategy, implementation, basin
management, technics…

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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2.1. Technical development

Technical characteristics (OS CMS)

Open Source DRUPAL Content Management System


selection over 30 CMS because of the following advantages:


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flexibility

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extendibility thanks to the DRUPAL wide community

-
coding quality

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Standards based

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Knowledge tools in core functionalities

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Third party integration

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Cloud computing ready

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Ease to use for all user roles



www.drupal.org

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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2.1 Technical development

Why such a requisite ? : OS CMS


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Costs free

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Open access of the coding enabling direct
development and customization

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Open source community support


-
better OWNERSHIP and technical development
management

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fits with developing countries conditions

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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2.2.Content collection and organization



A/ Make searchable data


tools


and knowledge
available online on water issues


DIRECT

contribution of
USER

= first
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hand information

NO DUPLICATION
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> make knowledge searchable and collect


offline information




Databases and tools already Online



Trainings and Universities providing courses related to water


Raw data links related to water issues


National meteorological/hydrological services (contacts)


… linguistic tools, GIS studies, handbooks…

Use & Share

PRINCIPLE

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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2.3.Community


Collaborative work


2. Provide space for
collaborative work and
networking for water
professionals



Direct exchanges


working space and
collaborative facilities


Features and advantages:


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Visibility on the Web

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EASY and OPEN

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Repository of various types of
information

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Discussion facilities

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Privacy control


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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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2.4.Web
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GIS module integration

Ongoing development
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Not yet Online

Drupal 6 GIS Module integration


Raw Data = Content type as others











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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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WHY ?

The web platform has been
developed as such?

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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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3.1 Consultation

HOW needs were identified?


Informal group of around 145 experts worldwide
e
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conference to identify need and opportunities


Conclusions

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As information access and knowledge transfer is
fundamental

requesting
Joint action of Water community

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A
common approach
to the water sector is needed

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user shaped solution
, even maybe more chaotic, are likely to work than
top down or artificially created solutions


Identified Issues



ISSUE 1: hardware/software facilities


ISSUE 2: involving more partners and users






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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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3.2 Strategic response

Water sector constraints


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Numerous

Stakeholders

:

various

level

of

decision

and

action


-
Fragmented

information


-
Complex

data
:

basic

types

up

to

models,

GIS



Custom WEB
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based knowledge
management tool


Content Management System
(CMS) requirements

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Open

source

software

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User

generated

content

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User

friendliness

interface

Water Community Needs

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User

shape

solution

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Collaborative

work/networking/learning

tools


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Contact
: aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu

Vienna


EGU


6 April 2011

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Thanks for your attention



http://www.aquaknow.net


aquaknow
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admin@jrc.ec.europa.eu