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lot 1) to ensure that all experts who are elicited or involved in an expert knowledge elicitation, have a common understanding of the background of the methodology applied, conduct training for EFSA experts from the Scientific Committee, EFSA panels and their working groups, as well as EFSA staff on how to steer an expert knowledge elicitation (cp.
This article represents a summary of the doctoral dissertation of the author on the topic of knowledge elicitation for modelling plant defence
Knowledge elicitation involves obtaining knowledge from experts to understand how they make decisions.
The card sorting method is a knowledge elicitation technique designed to reveal the conceptual structures, or categorizations of targeted individuals (Cooke 1994).
Knowledge transfer methods include formal education and training, interviews, mentoring, apprenticeships, simulations and games, instant messaging, peer assists, communities of practice, job transfer, knowledge elicitation interviews, storytelling, Wikis, Blogs, research papers, and conferences.
They present 34 chapters organized into seven sections that focus on recent trends and issues of geographic data acquisition and distribution, enduring database issues and trends, challenges concerning the visualization of spatial data, the increasingly important task of knowledge elicitation, spatial analysis, broad issues that influence the development and impacts of geographic information technologies such as institutional partnering and public participation, and future trends and challenges.
Tools to support knowledge elicitation are used more and more in situations where employees or students collaborate using the computer.
When used as a knowledge elicitation tool, wherein students create their own maps to demonstrate their knowledge of a domain, showing their knowledge of examples of a concept provides a more elaborated and complete representatio n of the students' knowledge of that domain.