The LIVES4IT Approach on Access to Documentation Resources, Education, Training and Research
Proceedings of the The 6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on Information Science and Information Literacy - bcu.ulbsibiu.ro/conference/proceed.htm, 04/2015, ISSN-L 2247-0255
16 Pages Posted: 5 May 2015
Date Written: April 2015
This paper describes the LIVES4IT approach which tries to activate a precedent on exploiting at the full use of free educational licenses and existing documentation, the creative and innovative potential of future graduates and their tutors and the collaborative intentions of firms. Its well-defined general objective is to promote a methodology of creating a necessary form of pragmatic knowledge materialized in knowledge pieces defined as: specific, contextual, persistent, interactive, platform independent, searchable and available in the academic-business partnership. This approach occurs in the context of: "explosion" of data, information and technology; rapid obsolescence of "know-how"; increasing training costs of IT firms; need to motivate on one hand the employers to want internships of future graduates and on the other hand the academic staff to adapt at least through creating and mentoring scientific papers rooted in reality and market needs; halved working time and increased performance when using such knowledge pieces grouped in on-line containers of interactive and emulated documentations and usage scenarios of real applications together with on-line interactive evaluation modules.
The paper also gives some implementation solutions that support the LIVES4IT approach.
Keywords: LIVES4IT, OLIEDUS, OLIEM
JEL Classification: A29, C63, C88
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