collect knowledge

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The purpose of an encyclopedia is to collect knowledge disseminated around the globe.
Science2Society does not only collect knowledge and models; it deeply and innovatively analyses how these can be improved (using advanced methods pioneered in business practice such as process re-engineering, design thinking and change management) and runs substantial experiments to validate the created optimized interfacing schemes.
Warburton, like so many other managers around the globe, has been to various cities such as Barcelona and Amsterdam to try to adopt and collect knowledge of the Cryuff methods.
Beginning with profound market information furthermore, the conference offers the possibility to collect knowledge about the latest technical and technological status of regeneration and processing of the PET waste-bottle stream.
It is not that difficult to sift through a sales pitch to collect knowledge about what's new and what others are buying, using, and thinking.
Store documents in SharePoint document libraries, share your thoughts with a blog and collect knowledge in an enterprise wiki.
Our actors collect knowledge on all three structural dimensions or fronts, with a certain purpose, and synthesize this distributed knowledge to construct new knowledge.
It aims to collect knowledge about learning in museums, examine where it leads in terms of practice and community, and consider what still needs to be learned to face the challenges of the future.
I also think it is important to collect knowledge about the items.
The Network, established in 2000, meets once a year to exchange and discuss knowledge, experience, and ideas concerning school buildings and to collect knowledge in special fields.
Then, a typology of learned and literary practices that make it possible to collect knowledge and to produce (or not) a totality through the accumulation of partial and local data.