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Codification Of Agricultural Extension Knowledge, Its Challenges And Association With Extension Agents’ Attributes: A Case Of Nandi County, Kenya
Knowledge capture and codification create value for knowledge-based systems like agricultural extension delivery systems (AES). Little is documented on codification in Agricultural knowledge management systems for Extension. This study was carried out in Nandi, Kenya to establish the practices of Knowledge codification and challenges faced by extension agents in the process. The study was based on the intellectual capital model which recognizes employee, organizational and clientele interactions in knowledge value-creation. Frequencies and measures of correlation were generated using IBMs' SPSS software version 20. Findings indicate a low utilization of modern technology in codification.
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