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Architecture of three-dimensional knowledges in the discipline of leadership

Baracskai, Z. and Baracskai, Z. and Dörfler, V. and Kulcsár, L. and Velencei, J. (2005) Architecture of three-dimensional knowledges in the discipline of leadership. In: Beijing International Conference on Applied Business Research 2005, 2005-12-01 - 2005-12-03.

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Abstract

In this paper we present two related results. The first is a model of personal knowledge which is based on the number of dots the person can see, and thus the dimensions of knowledge. E.g. one dot indicates dimensionless knowledge, two dots indicate one-dimensional knowledge, then the three dots for two-dimensional knowledge, and the highest knowledge level is the three-dimensional knowledge indicated by four dots. Based on qualitative examination of this model we determine which part of deliverable knowledge is appropriate for e-learning at the different knowledge levels of the teacher. The second result builds on this one; it is architecture of three dimensional knowledges in the discipline of leadership, particularly it covers the part appropriate for e-learning. To present this second result we use our next generation knowledge visualization tool, Knowledge Galaxy (http://www.knowledgegalaxy.com/).