Knowledge is power and Slatengine discourages the waste of knowledge.
With the current trend of research thesis being submitted, marked and later archived on a computer or forgotten on a bookshelf, probably never to be used again; Slatengine believes lots of priceless information is being wasted despite the hard work, time & effort in producing it.
“Learn from history or you’re doomed to repeat it.” ― Jesse Ventura
Sharing of information is liberating and it also helps to ensure we are able to learn from history and not doomed to repeat it. The earlier mentioned trend may only be facilitating the repetition of research works which will not only draw us back, but slows the progress of developing our society and world in general.
This brings us to some of the fundamental reasons why Slatengine promotes the sharing of thesis and other academic materials.
Prevent the waste
“In vain have you acquired knowledge if you have not imparted to others” – Deuteronomy Rabbah C. 450-900.
Academic thesis, the product of many hours of study and hard work, are usually marked and filed away, only to be archived to gather dust; probably never to be used again. The original work on the PC may eventually get lost. Slatengine creates a platform that ensures that past thesis will no longer be taken off the radar. Slatengine encourages recycling of information for the benefit of all.
Global Exposure and Accessibility
“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it” – Margaret Fuller (1810-1850)
Slatengine serves as a Global Knowledge Management platform to ensu re that records of past research are readily available to help future studies or research. Slatengine reaches out to the global academic community by giving individuals the potential to access a wide range of material from anywhere in the world, regardless of geographic limitations or boundaries. Students & researchers can access past academic materials from the comfort of their home, library, and school while studying over the Internet.
Research Progress and Development
“The more extensive a man’s knowledge of what has been done, the greater will be his power of knowing what to do”– Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881)
As graduates continue to upload their research documents, thereby helping students to learn and develop from past research, Slatengine believes that more eureka moments will be realised as students find answers to their research.
“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family” – Kofi Annan
Your work will be valued by other researchers or students – upload on Slatengine today.