Definitions for "dissemination"
The act of disseminating, or the state of being disseminated; diffusion for propagation and permanence; a scattering or spreading abroad, as of ideas, beliefs, etc.
The act or process of scattering or the state of being scattered widely. The process of seeds traveling from one place to another.
"Dissemination" means the disclosure of knowledge by any appropriate means other than publication resulting from the formalities for protecting knowledge.(DE:Verbreitung, ES:Difusión, FR:Diffusion)
spread of a disease-causing organism throughout the body.
spread of infectious material (inoculum) from diseased to healthy plants.
The spread of infectious material (inoculum) from a diseased to a healthy plant by wind, water, humans, insects, animal, machinery, or other means.
The set of activities by which knowledge about an evaluation is made available to the world at large. See also reporting.
Metadata for entity: Occurrence Refers to the process of publishing or revealing the results of a research and development process to a wider audience.
The process of communicating either the procedures or the lessons learned from an evaluation in a timely, unbiased, and consistent manner.
The distribution of germplasm, information, etc.
the government initiated distribution of information to the public, excluding distribution limited to government employees or agency contractors or grantees, intra-agency or inter-agency use or sharing of government information, and responses to requests for agency records under the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552) or Privacy Act. Here, "disseminating information" is not distinguished from "providing access to information" (following OMB Circular A-130).
Exchange of information. In general, the Foundation wants to know methods used for distributing key findings of the conservation activities and evaluation results with others.
The development of a generalized infection from a localized one, involving additional organ systems secondary to the primary focus of infection, as in the case of "strep throat" when the bacteria find their way into the blood to cause any number of other Streptococcal infections throughout the body.
The transfer from the stored form of a digital object in a repository to a client.
The presentation and dissemination/communication of the results of a research project. Dissemination via the internet is distinct from e-publication, in that it does not imply the same degree of editorial control and/or peer-review. Anything in electronic, or more exactly in digital form: stored for use on a computer in electronic bits, conventionally represented as the digits 0 or 1 see also digitisation). The opposite of digital is analogue: a music CD is digital, a cassette tape is analogue.
the opening of a subject to widespread discussion and debate
The process of sending out information or making it widely available to others in the scientific and/or larger community (Lock et al, 1999).
Disclosing criminal history record information to any person or agency outside the agency possessing the information.
provides information objects to the Consumer
The act of delivering a completed weather report to users.