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Table 1 The six repositories where organizational information can be stored and accessed

From: Exploring the dynamics of organizational learning: identifying the decision chains science and math faculty use to plan and teach undergraduate courses

Individual memory Information stored in an individual’s memory in the form of knowledge, beliefs, and other cognitive structures.
Cultural norms and practices Ways of thinking and acting that are widely shared among group members.
Social networks Skills and knowledge represented by individuals that can be accessed via social networks.
Curricular artifacts Physical objects and organizational infrastructure that represent, symbolize, or contain information.
External archives Storage of information existing outside of the confines of the organization.