Developing Village Knowledge Sharing Capability in Supporting E-Village at Cipadu Village, Tangerang Region
Computer Network and Communication are tools, which is an indispensable in business life, since it will characterize economic competitiveness. This paper presents a study on knowledge sharing in groupware in the form of e-village web based communication. The development of a prototype of e-village will be discussed in order to support the national e-village. The Cipadu village, Larangan sub-district in Tangerang Region, Banten Province, Indonesia has been chosen as a pilot project because of its potential and resources. By developing e-village web-based communication, the knowledge holders and knowledge seekers, starting from e-village level, can communicate each other. This communication group will create new knowledge. The e-village knowledge management web application of Cipadu will support the web-based communication in storing, distributing, and accessing knowledge from other village or agencies. This paper proposes the development of Cipadu e-village which is knowledge management based for sharing knowledge. It is a hope that the communication on knowledge is in the form of web-based communication and in action becomes a knowledge sharing culzopture of this village.
KeywordsComputer Network Data Communication E-village Knowledge sharing web-based communication
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