Kristen Summers works as a Grants Manager at Saint Luke’s Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. She is interested in Knowledge Management in order to further her career in philanthropy. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with her husband and two dogs. You know the saying in the field of grantmaking, “If you’ve met one foundation, then you know one foundation”? It means that foundations all have…

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Guest Blogger Dr. Marvin Boren is a passionate knowledge management professional and forward thinker.​ Challenges Picking up where I left off, I will discuss some of the challenges or barriers to HIT adoption. It would be easy to compile a long list of challenges to the adoption of HIT. Nonetheless, I’ll limit my discussion to a brief review of two general areas that I believe are…

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Guest Blogger CaseyAnn Salanova currently heads the Interlibrary Loan department and serves as the Core Team Leader at Schmidt Library at York College of Pennsylvania. Surprise, surprise, knowledge management impacts employees! What a novel idea, right? Not really when you think about it because where does knowledge lie? Within people. And employees—at least for now—are people. And the knowledge we have (as employees and through our…

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CaseyAnn Salanova is a graduate student at Kent State University studying Knowledge Management and Library and Information Science. She currently heads the Interlibrary Loan department and serves as the Core Team Leader at Schmidt Library at York College of Pennsylvania. Libraries, unfortunately, are all too often viewed as antiquated as your grandmother’s chintz curtains. The public perception of the total value of a library is often…

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