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I´m an Information Science professional, scientific researcher, and Ph.D. student at the University of Porto (UP) and the University of Aveiro (UA), in the Information and Communication on Digital Platforms (ICP) course. I´m developing my thesis at the Center for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE), in the area of collaborative networks and information management, under the guidance of Professor António Lucas Soares. At the International Relations Office (GRI), managed the community of Brazilian researchers and scholarship holders, under the guidance of Professor Doctor Vladimiro Miranda. My focus is in the area of information organization, information architecture, information management, knowledge management, collaborative networks, digital transformation, business documentation, project management, and agile methodologies.

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2016

Knowledge Sharing in Industrial Associations and Science and Technology Parks

Authors
Inomata, DO; Costa, E; Mazzaroto, S; Santos, C; Barros, AC; Soares, AL; Varvakis, G;

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COLLABORATION IN A HYPERCONNECTED WORLD

Abstract
Knowledge management practices are used in collaborative networks promoting innovation in order to share critical knowledge among network members towards improving organizational results. This paper proposes to explore the channels and practices for knowledge sharing in collaborative networks, by means of an exploratory multiple case study carried out in two types of collaborative networks: (i) industrial associations; and (ii) science and technology parks. Empirical evidence has been collected from interviews with managers of the collaborative networks and of organizations participating in the collaborative networks. The contribution of this paper to the knowledge management literature is twofold: (i) it provides a characterization of the channels and technology used for knowledge sharing in collaborative networks based on empirical evidence and (ii) it describes knowledge sharing practices used among organizations to foster new forms of connectivity between groups and individuals.

2016

Open Inclusive Fashion: New Insights for a Co-design Platform

Authors
Soares, AL; Costa, E; Mazzaroto, S; Carvalho, M; Allen, D; Wachowski, K; Gehl, E; Barreau, V; Nguembock, D; Ferreira, FN;

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ADVANCES IN DESIGN FOR INCLUSION

Abstract
This paper intends to propose a platform dedicated to a community for inclusive fashion. This platform can innovate in the awareness creation process by involving a wide range of stakeholders through a novel combination of visually-centered networking/collaboration together with a powerful recommendation system based on data analytics. This solution can potentially impact positively the well-being of more than 50 million of motor/physical disabled citizens as consumers of fashion products. This can be achieved by bringing together three different networks: (i) fashion consumers, emphasizing consumers with disabilities; (ii) companies from fashion/garment/footwear industry; (iii) social and research organizations supporting disabled people. This will allow to create individual and collective awareness about sustainability at the social level demanding the engagement of groups of citizens and industries in sharing information and knowledge and developing ideas and solutions for people with disabilities facing problems related to fashion, garment and footwear products and services.