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RIVERO AMADOR, Soleidy; DIAZ PEREZ, Maidelyn; LOPEZ HUERTAS PEREZ, María José  and  ARMAS PENAS, Dayron. A case study of knowledge organization patterns within Curricular Information Systems. Investig. bibl [online]. 2016, vol.30, n.68, pp.91-107. ISSN 2448-8321.

History teaches us that need to systematize knowledge of the outside world is the main driver in the creation of classification systems of scientific knowledge. The development and evolution of the prevailing systems of information and knowledge management have achieved a respectable representation of the complexity of the organization of knowledge, even in the face of the unfolding nature of the knowledge classified, its systemic features and interdisciplinary essence. This research aims principally to provide an analysis of the classification of knowledge of scientific research results and identify compositional patterns that may serve to enhance its management. The paper consists of a case study of scientific researchers of the University of Pinar del Río, and employs the curricular approach entailed in the Institutional Information and Knowledge Management System of the University of Pinar del Rio, as well as other diagnostic techniques to identify patterns in the structuring of the institution's knowledge.

Keywords : Knowledge Organization; Information Systems Curriculum; Taxonomies of Scientific Knowledge.

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