Welcome

Welcome to the web home of the 2nd Workshop on Personal Knowledge Management. 
This Workshop was about Understanding, Supporting, and Evaluating the Management of Personal Knowledge, Information and Data.
This year’s PKM Workshop has taken place at the German HCI Conference Mensch und Computer 2010 September 12th 2010 in Duisburg, Germany.
Like in last year's PKM Workshop (Link fixed, thx to W. Jones), we kept individual presentations very short and successfully focused on lots of interactive work and fruitful discussions.

Accepted Papers Online

posted 20 Sep 2010, 07:01 by Heiko Haller

The 11 papers that were accepted to the workshop are available online here
They are part of the official workshop proceedings published by the organizers of the host conference Mensch & Computer. A link to these official workshop proceedings will be posted here as soon as they are available (expected later this year.)
(Reposted because this post was accidentally timestamped for May. Sorry for confusing those who follow via RSS...)

Workshop Pictures

posted 20 Sep 2010, 06:30 by Heiko Haller


Richard’s blog post shows some pictures from the workshop.
If you also have some, please send the links or pictures to be added here.

Workshop Documentation is Online

posted 20 Sep 2010, 06:13 by Heiko Haller   [ updated 21 Sep 2010, 02:43 ]

We have put a PKM 2010 slide set on SlideShare including
  • the slides we used at the workshop
  • pictures of the blackboard and flip charts
  • the knowledge café posters
Update: here is a simple pdf of the presentation, since slideshare has some trouble displaying it correctly.

Workshop Schedule

posted 19 Jul 2010, 12:27 by Heiko Haller   [ updated 1 Sep 2010, 11:55 ]

Updated workshop schedule:

Sunday, September 12

  9:00 -   9:30 Introduction and Self-Tagging 
  9:30 - 10:00 PKM Status Quo (retrospective and questionnaire results) 

 ==coffee break== 
11:00 - 12:00  Invited Position Statements 

==lunch break== 
13:30 - 14:00  Tools Demo Session 
14:00 - 15:30  The Worlds of PKM (World Cafe interactive session) 

==coffee break== 
16:00 - 17:30  Results, Conclusions and Perspectives 
==end of the hard-work part==
after that:   a joint dinner! Maybe after a relaxing walk ...?

11 Papers Accepted

posted 5 Jul 2010, 13:09 by Heiko Haller

11 Papers have been accepted to PKM2010. They are (in order of submission):
  • David Elsweiler and Gareth Jones – Improving Organic Recollection with Memory Prosthetics
  • Tim Crawford, Max L. Wilson and Robert S. Laramee – Giving Files Behaviours
  • Olaf Grebner – Personal process self-assessment & improvement using social networks & knowledge bases
  • Jessica Yip and Eric Tsui – The Interaction of Personal Knowledge Management with Communities and Enterprises
  • Erika L. Borg, Charlie Abela and Christopher Staff – DIME: Desktop Interruption Management
  • Konrad Voelkel – Dependency Formalisation for Improved Learning Processes
  • Malte Reißig and Matthias Melcher – Folder Window as Canvas
  • Martin Christof Kindsmüller – Personal Knowledge Management by SocialWare – Challenges and Benefits
  • Heiko Haller – The Case for PKM
  • Marie-Luise Groß – From Personal Knowledge Management to Collaborative Actions: Synergies in Semi-Professional Networks of Professional Translators
  • Richard Pircher – Targeting the Blind Spot: Personal Knowledge Management as an Enabler for Knowledge Creation and Application
We are looking forward to broad and interesting discussions...

Submission Deadline Extended

posted 14 Jun 2010, 10:28 by Heiko Haller   [ updated 14 Jun 2010, 10:30 ]

The deadline for paper submissions has been extended for one week to Sunday, June 20th.
Go, go, go!

Accepted Papers Online

posted 18 May 2010, 08:21 by Heiko Haller

The 11 papers that were accepted to the workshop are available online here
They are part of the official workshop proceedings published by the organizers of the host conference Mensch & Computer. A link to these official workshop proceedings will be posted here as soon as they are available (expected later this year.)

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